Twenty One Pilots and Mutemath Team Up, Offer Free Download

Twenty One Pilots

(Radio.com) When Twenty One Pilots and Mutemath team up to play music, pretty cool things are bound to happen. The two groups are taking the chemistry they discovered during the Emotional Roadshow Tour and performed a series of five reimagined songs last night (December 19th) in what Twenty One Pilots are calling The Mutemath Sessions.

Twenty One Pilots shared a preview of the event on Twitter. In the short video, fans can hear a new version of "Heathens," which somehow sounds more eerie than the original.

It's just one Twenty One Pilots song out of five that the two groups performed for their TOPxMM event. All tracks will be available to download for free as well. Read more here.

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