Twenty One Pilots Share Aquatic New ‘Saturday’ Video

Alt-Pop/Rock duo Twenty One Pilots have released the official music video for the single “Saturday.”

Taken from their most recent album, Scaled And Icy, the Andrew Donoho-directed music video for the song dropped on Thursday, July 8, and has since amassed north of 3 million views on YouTube.

In the video, a pink-haired Tyler Joseph is joined by percussionist Josh Dun atop a boat, as well as the inside of a submarine, where they deliver riveting performances of the song whilst being surrounded by read-hooded bodyguards and partygoers dancing along to the bop, which urges them to “paint the town” on Saturday.

Later on, the party is interrupted when a gargantuan spiky sea monster tears through the submarine, forcing attendees to flee. The video closes with a top-down shot of the scene of the tragedy, as the creature wiggles away into the shadows of the sea while the survivors come up for air and swim to safety.

Meanwhile, the duo is preparing to kick off the “Takeøver Tour” on September 21, ranging across intimate, as well as arena gigs in Denver, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Columbus, Atlanta, and London.

(Photo: Ashley Osborn)

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