The boys really are back with this one.
There's been some new developments in the whole "Twenty One Pilots coming back and keeping us all in front of our screens with their cryptic teasing" matter!
After their mysterious email newsletter recently, fans across the world in cities like London and Toronto have noticed yellow billboards with what looks like the new Twenty One Pilots logo on them.
Here's what they look like:
But that's not all, the band has also made their first post to social media after staying on the down low for over a year.
The post is a 15 second video clip of the same yellow eye that was sent with the newsletter and was uploaded to the band's Instagram and Twitter. The accounts also have an updated layout with the new logo in the colours yellow and black.
Things are getting more intense by the minute! What do you think is going to happen next? And when? Feel free to share your theories with us!
You can check out the band's new post below:
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