Twenty One Pilots Release “Never-Ending” Video For “Level of Concern”

Josh Dun and Tyler Joseph of Twenty One Pilots at iHeartRadio Music Festival in 2016. Photo by Brian To/Variety/REX/Shutterstock (5967111cx)

Twenty One Pilots have dropped a regenerating “Never-Ending” music video for “Level of Concern.”

After three minutes and forty seconds, the video starts over again and there’s a constant stream of imagery submitted by fans that are within the shots from the original “Level of Concern” video.

The theme of the song is lockdown with the lyrics, “Won’t you be my little quarantine?” and it’s been No. 1 on the alternative chart radio for the past six weeks since it was released.

Prior to the video’s Tuesday morning release, Twenty One Pilots set up a landing page for an alternative reality game with puzzles and clues to be unlocked to get to the video upload link. The game and video were developed by Jason Zada with the band. To complete the game, 20 clues had to be solved and they were hidden everywhere from the original closed captions of the “Levels of Concern” video to a glitched photo file.

Fans can submit footage of 3-30 seconds for the video here.

“Level of Concern” is the band’s first release since the Trench album two years ago. In addition to the original video and the fan-footage video, Twenty One Pilots released a “live from outside” alternative version and filmed another one for “The Tonight Show.”

Check out the video below.