Twenty One Pilots Drops New Single “Next Semester” & Announce World Tour

Twenty One Pilots' Josh Dun and Tyler Joseph in Leeds Festival in 2019.
Twenty One Pilots' Josh Dun and Tyler Joseph at Leeds Festival in 2019. Photo by Richard Nicholson/Shutterstock (10371780x)

Twenty One Pilots are gearing up for the release of their next album Clancy, and they shared some pretty amazing news with their fans. In addition to dropping a new single “Next Semester”, they also announced a world tour in support of their seventh studio album.

“Next Semester” follows “Overcompensate” as the second single from Clancy, and it’s a part of the album’s 13-song tracklist. The Andrew Donoho-directed visual switches between the shots of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun performing this song for the crowd and in the middle of a dimly lit road at night.

In addition to dropping the music video for “Next Semester”, Twenty One Pilots confirmed they’re planning to hit the road pretty soon. They announced the Clancy World Tour, which will include concerts across North America, Australia, and Europe in 2024 and 2025. It will kick off in Denver, Colorado in August and conclude its run with two concerts in London next May.

Twenty One Pilots’ next album Clancy will be released on May 17 via Fueled by Ramen, and it will be the final chapter of the concept album series they’ve been working on for a full decade. This project will be a true visual feast for their fans since they’re planning to film a music video for every song on this album.