Twenty One Pilots Praised By Ramen Head
He tells Billboard: "The music means so many different things to so many people. We hear over and over about how the lyrics affect people. Tyler covers some pretty heavy subjects. On the previous record, he tackled depression and suicide, helping kids to understand that there is always an answer when you're down, and suicide is not it.
"On Blurryface, he wrote about insecurities, mostly his own, and how he deals with them. We constantly hear from fans about the impact this band is having on their lives. That is a pretty big burden to carry, but they handle it well, with honesty and true vulnerability." Read more here.
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