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Top 5 Things You Missed In Twenty One Pilots' Jumpsuit

VO: Liam Schell
Script written by Liam Schell. The boys are back. Join WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the Top 5 Things You Missed in Twenty One Pilots' "Jumpsuit" Video. For this list, we’ll be taking a look at some things that you might have missed in the highly symbolic, visually stunning video for the first single off Twenty One Pilots’ forthcoming album Trench.
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Top 5 Things You Missed In Twenty One Pilots' Jumpsuit


The boys are back. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Top 5 Things You Missed in Twenty One Pilots' "Jumpsuit" Video.



For this list, we’ll be taking a look at some things that you might have missed in the highly symbolic, visually stunning video for the first single off Twenty One Pilots’ forthcoming album Trench.



#5: The Color Yellow


Science has proven that music actually has a lot in common with color, and we’d be surprised if the boys in TOP didn’t do a little research into this phenomenon before crafting the video for “Jumpsuit”. Coming off the era of 2015’s Blurryface, which saw a great importance placed on the color red, this new video sees Tyler, decked out in a yellow-tinged jumpsuit, coming face to face with a hooded red figure. The color yellow is often synonymous with feelings of optimism and hope, which could mean that this new era will see the band take on a more cheerful tone. Although, all the yellow might just be an appreciation for a certain Coldplay song…



#4: The Cliff People


This one is a mystery we really hope we find the answer to soon. One of the more striking images from this video sees a group of strangers overlooking lead singer Tyler atop a cliff. Sharp eyed viewers may have noticed one TOP member Josh Dun standing on the cliff, but there’s actually another key member of the skeleton clique watching over the troubled Tyler. Standing next to the band’s drummer is Tyler Joseph’s wife Jenna Black, potentially fulfilling some sort of guardian angel role in his life. Whether any of the other overseers are familiar faces remains to be seen, but here’s hoping devoted Internet sleuths can crack the case.



#3: Clancy’s Photos


For those who aren’t well versed in Twenty One Pilots lore, this one might take some explaining. In what can only be described as a genius implementation of viral marketing, Tyler and Josh have created a fictional character named Clancy, a persona which they’ve used as an outlet to hype up their forthcoming album on a mysterious website called DMAORG. If you’ve been following this site recently, you may remember some black and white photos that look eerily similar to what became the “Jumpsuit” video. Very creepy Clancy… Very creepy indeed.



#2: The Burning Car


Many fans have speculated that the main themes put forth in “Jumpsuit” revolve around the beginning of a new era, and leaving the past behind. Perhaps the biggest evidence to support this is the symbolism of the car, which kicks off the brand new video. The last time we saw this car was in the final video from Blurryface, “Heavydirtysoul”, when it caught fire. Stating “It’s time to wake up” and setting the car on fire once more, Tyler alludes to this video being a form of reawakening for the band, leaving behind the era of Blurryface.



#1: To Be Continued?


Setting up many questions and giving us so few answers, we hope this isn’t the end of this gripping story. A second released song titled “Nico and the Niners” alludes to the fact that the forthcoming record could be a concept album about the journey of Clancy through a city called Dema, which gives context to the story of the “Jumpsuit” video. Of course, released set photos also allude to images that weren’t seen in “Jumpsuit”, so hopefully there will be more to the story of Clancy to look forward to!
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