Twenty One Pilots release new track, and have dedicated part of the sales profits to a very good cause

Like many bands, Twenty One Pilots are another who have decided to donate to those who are struggling because of COVID-19.


With concerts on pause at the moment, crew members who are the backbone of live music are out of work. that’s why we’re dedicating a portion of proceeds from this song to live nation‘s crew nation‘. – was part of the statement the band left on their subscribers  email, which was sent out earlier today to all of the fans. They also attached the link to their new track ‘Level of Concern’, accompanied with the video; which you can watch below:

The track is available to download on all reputable platforms, and you can also pick up some special edition merchandise; and a percentage of each purchase total will also be added to the donation pool for the Live Nation workers! Click here to check the merchandise out.


And now, more about the charity that has been set up to support workers in the music industry:

*SIDE NOTE – Below is an image of the specially designed hoodie, and we are digging the design! Let us know in the comments if you have managed to pick one up.*



The entire touring industry is built upon the backs of hard working crews that make it possible for bands and artists to perform for their fans. As tours have shut down, we want to do what we can to get these men and women back on their feet.

Proceeds from the TØP Crew Nation hoodie will go to Crew Nation – Global Relief Fund For Live Music Crews. Crew members are the backbone of the live music industry, and we hope you’ll join us in supporting them through this temporary intermission until we can once again unite millions around the world through the power of live music.


Such a great gesture from the band, especially during these very difficult times. We hope and pray that all of our followers are keeping safe, and we will be here with you all every step of the way. we WILL beat COVID-19.

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