Twenty One Pilots, vocalist and keyboardist Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun,
debuted their catchy brand of keyboard-based rock on
Twenty One Pilots (2009) and Regional at Best (2011).
Vessel (Fueled by Ramen, 2013), that collects material from those
self-released albums too, became famous for the arena-pop
Ode to Sleep, but most songs rely on a more complex interplay of
multiple vocals styles (even within the same song, as in the masterful
Holding on to You)
with an effect that sometimes borders on
musichall (Migraine, Semi-Automatic).
Sheer melodic exuberance pervades the
jovial country-rock singalong of House of Gold
and the hazardous synthesis of
synth-pop, hard-rock and bubblegum-pop that is Guns for Hands.
The range of formats is wide, from operatic power-ballad to the thumping house music of Trees.
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