It has not been a great year — anyone can agree — but Twenty One Pilots just keep awing us as their accolades continue to pile up in 2020. The duo's most recent achievement is hitting the billion club (yet again) with their video for "Ride." The clip came out just over five years ago, and in that time racked up over 1 billion views on YouTube. It's the third TOP video to reach this coveted number (at time of writing "Stressed Out" has 2 billion and "Heathens" has 1.4 billion views) and makes Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun one of only three rock bands with three videos on the list. The others being Coldplay and Imagine Dragons.
Revisit the "Ride" video below.
The YouTube milestone isn't the only impressive feat TOP has achieved this year. After releasing their quarantine-inspired single "Level of Concern," the duo broke Panic! At The Disco's historic 76-week run at the top of Billboard's Hot Rock chart.
And as far as videos go, the band has already released a number for the new single (what else are they going to do in quarantine?), including a lyric video and most recently a never ending video that fans can upload footage to whenever they want.