“Please don’t make any sudden moves. You don’t know half of the abuse.”
If you loved Twenty One Pilots’ original song, titled “Heathens”, taken from “Suicide Squad: The Album”, you would definitely enjoy their latest music video :)
The video for the addictive track was released on Wednesday (22nd June) via Fueled by Ramen’s YouTube channel and it contains some never-before-seen clips of the upcoming comic-turned-movie!
In case you didn’t know, the word “Heathens” actually means “those who does not follow any of the world’s major organised religions”. But if we were to use the song to describe the “Suicide Squad”, “Heathens” could refer to people who don’t fit into society.
Written and composed by Twenty One Pilots themselves, the alternative hip hop track was released digitally on 16th June and the music video was directed by Andrew Donoho.
The video starts off with the duo confining in Belle Reve, a fictional prison created by DC Comics. Tyler can be seen singing the song while Josh plays the drums in the course of the video. Then, the boys play on a mini stage in the middle of an empty room, with prisoners as their audience.
Besides that, the video shows us some exciting new movie clips such as the prison’s surroundings; Deadshot, Killer Croc, and Harley Quinn tied up on wheelchairs; some intense fights; and Harley Quinn looking shocked in her cage.
Watch the music video for “Heathens” below:
Formed in 2009, Twenty One Pilots currently consists of vocalist Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun. The duo’s latest album, titled “Blurryface”, was released in 2015 through Fueled by Ramen and it won “Top Rock Album” at the Billboard Music Awards 2016.
“Suicide Squad: The Album” is slated for release on 5th August, same day as the movie, and it consists of 14 tracks. The album is now available for pre-order on Amazon and retails for USD11.49 (approximately RM48).
Source: Fueled by Ramen’s Youtube channel.