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Twenty One Pilots Perform 'Heavydirtysoul' on 'The Tonight Show' [WATCH]

by Michael Haskoor   Dec 18, 2015 10:52 AM EST

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Twenty One Pilots paid a visit to the set of NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday (Dec. 16) to perform their track "Heavydirtysoul" for the studio audience, and as expected, the eclectic duo did not dissapoint.

The stage was gloomily flooded with dark red lighting, with frontman Tyler Joseph appearing shortly after the extended intro to rap the song's first frantic verse. Their lively stage presence shines through, even on the late night set, impressing everyone including Fallon who exclaimed "that's a performance right there!" upon the song's conclusion, giving the new album nothing but praises.

The band's latest album, Blurryface, is their fourth overall studio album and their first with major label Fueled by Ramen, launching the band to major stardom. Their pop/dance/rock fusion seems to attract a wide variety of audiences, all convening to watch the duo put on one of their lively performances (while usually wearing ski masks). They had first started to gain public recognition with their third studio album, Vessel, which is most known for its singles "Car Radio" and "Guns for Hands."

After concluding their extensive Blurryface World Tour, the band recently announced a major U.S. arena tour for next summer dubbed the Emotional Roadshow, their biggest yet, kicking off in Cincinnato, Ohio, on May 31. The tour, for which many dates are already sold out, will conclude with two shows at New York City's Madison Square Garden on Aug. 10.

The two jokesters have also been up to no good as usual, recently hosting a comical mock presidential debate between themselves via Twitter, as well as galavanting around Disney World with a mini-documentary clip to prove it.

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