Twenty One Pilots Release New Song 'Ride'

(Radio.com) Shape-shifting Ohio duo Twenty One Pilots take a reggae-tinged "Ride" with the latest single from from the band's upcoming fourth full-length, Blurryface.

The fifth song to be revealed from the new album (set for release on May 19) comes with a decidedly island-flavored skip as singer Tyler Joseph ponders existentially over the beat about life, death, friends and what it all means in the end: "All these questions they're for real/Like who would you live for?/Who would you die for?/And would you ever kill?"

The latest album track follows the release of "Fairly Local," "Tear in My Heart," "Stressed Out" and "Lane Boy." Blurryface will arrive with nine additional tracks when it hits retailers next week. Check out the new song here.

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