Twenty One Pilots are undeniably one of the most creative bands of the modern era. Each aspect of their artistry oozes with enthusiasm, mystery and an ethereal imagination that has the ability to sweep fans and mere onlookers into a world of dizzying, dark imagery and community.

On Sunday evening, the duo touched down in Sydney to showcase to fans the utmost display of their universe. We were taken on a spectacular journey to the underworld of Trench – a world of conflicting emotions, heartache, growth and most of all, pure unadulterated fun.


As a long time gig goer (at my ripe old age of 21), I’ve been lucky enough to experience shows of all kinds – stadium monoliths, sweaty club moshers and sing-a-long packed theatres. Twenty One Pilots managed to capture the intimacy of a club gig, the monstrous ego of a stadium and the hair-raising, goose-bump inducing antics of a theatre production in the one night.

Amidst showing off their incredible musicianship, stage presence, and intricate production stylings, Twenty One Pilots’ Bandito tour did what they do best – ensuring fans know they are loved, accepted and most of all, understood.