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Twenty One Pilots’ vid for their single “Level Of Concern” has broken the world record for the longest music video ever.
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Amid the pandemic, the band enlisted fans for the projects, asking them to submit videos for the visuals which made a constant livestream of footage that changes every time the song restarts. When the video finally stopped, it ran for a total of 177 days.
And since the stream ended last week, Guinness officials named Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun the Guinness world record-holders.
“Since Josh accidentally pulled the plug on the never-ending video for ‘Level of Concern’, Guinness checked out the stats and declared it officially the longest video ever,” the band tweeted to announce the news. “Congratulations, you did it.”
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since josh accidentally pulled the plug on the never-ending video for Level of Concern, Guinness checked out the stats and declared it officially the longest video ever. congratulations, you did it. pic.twitter.com/5DFGsQA8ac
— twenty one pilots (@twentyonepilots) December 19, 2020
The special honour comes just a week after Twenty One Pilots debuted their festive single, “Christmas Saves The Year”.