Released: May 15, 2015
Label: Fueled By Ramen
Genres: alternative rock, pop music, indie rock, indie pop, electropop
The album is named after a character the band created called Blurryface. According to Joseph, he “represents all the things that I as an individual, but also everyone around, am insecure about.” Joseph wears black paint on his hands and neck during his live shows and music videos for the album, to represent Blurryface, saying “Very dramatic, I know, but it helps me get into that character”.
|5||Tear In My Heart||3:08|
|10||We Don’t Believe What’s On TV||2:57|
This is an awesome album! As with previous albums, duo keep up their consistent theme of thoughtful/philosophical poetry based lyrics, which are written by the singer, Tyler Joseph. The sound of the music itself is kind of a passionate and genre-bridging mix of rap, rock, indie pop, hip hop, emo, electronic and reggae music (which varies depending on the song). Plus the singer both raps and sings in most songs.