How did you become a Pilot? What is it that hooked you? What has their music taught you? Anything! This site is meant to be a place for Pilots to gather and encourage others through their creations... through their stories - Let other know that they're not alone in their struggles. You can share lyrics that touch you, that make you think, that break you down. You can send in pictures or creations of the guys that you've done or taken during a concert. Anything!
When I'd listened to twenty one pilots for the first time, I had no clue who they were or that I was even listening to them. My friend had simply texted me a link and said "Let this bless your ears." I then clicked on the link and it took me to a video of Tyler singing House Of Gold. I had no clue what it was and I guess I enjoyed it a little but about halfway through the video I exited out of it and forgot all about this "twenty one pilots". A couple weeks later my friend (the same one who sent me House Of Gold) had sent me another link. This time she said something like "listen to this and tell me what you think." This time I was fully interested because most the time I love to listen to new music. So I clicked the link and it took me to the Car Radio music video. As the video started and Tyler began to sing the song, honestly, the first thing I though was something like "What the heck is my friend listening to?!" As I got further into the song, the more I began to love it. I eventually looked up the meaning behind the song and that did it for me. I connected with the song so much that I just couldn't stop listening. I was also going through a really hard time around then with anxiety. I'd be sitting up late at night and I'd break down crying with so many thoughts just flooding my mind but then I'd just put on my headphones, listen to Car Radio and I just knew I wasn't alone. If I hadn't found out about these guys I don't know where I'd be. I honestly don't know if I'd be alive. Tyler and Josh are amazing musicians and lifesavers and I will never be able to thank them enough for that.