Twenty One Pilots have confirmed that they are creating music videos for each song on their new album.

The Columbus duo’s sixth album, ‘Clancy’, which is also the follow-up to 2021’s ‘Scaled and Icy’, will be released on May 17 via Fueled By Ramen.

They had been previewing their new period for several weeks, with fans noticing that all of the artwork for prior albums on their digital platforms suddenly featured strips of red tape covering all of the eyes on each cover.

They went on to release details about the forthcoming album, including the first single ‘Overcompensate’, and it appears like there is a lot more to come from the duo.

Twenty One Pilots, which consists of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun, have announced that they will release accompanying music videos for each song on their album.

Joseph revealed the news on social media, adding that the two have already completed eight of the music videos and have seven more in the works.

While the album will only contain 13 tracks, the artist revealed that the two extra videos are the result of re-shooting one that was already completed, and that one of the songs will have “two versions”.

However, not all of the videos are expected to be as theatrical as the lead single, with Joseph stating that others on the tracklist will adopt a “lower budget DIY” approach.

Dun may also write and direct another, however the drummer is said to desire “a little time to think of an idea before committing to it”.

Watch the video for ‘Overcompensate’ below, as well as the full tracklist for ‘Clancy’.

The ‘Clancy’ tracklist includes: 1. ‘Overcompensate’.
2. ‘Next Semester’
3.’Midwest Indigo’
4. ‘Routines At Night’
5. ‘Backslide’
6. ‘Vignette’
7. ‘The Craving (Jenna’s Version)
8. ‘Lavish’
9. ‘navigating’
10. ‘Snap back’
11. ‘Oldies Station’
12. ‘At the risk of feeling dumb’
13.’Paladin Strait’

In other Twenty One Pilots news, Shania Twain spoke with NME last year about her experience working with Joseph on the single ‘The Hardest Stone’ off her sixth album, ‘Queen of Me’.

“I am such a huge fan of his,” she explained. “I was overjoyed and lucky to get his time to accomplish it. And he did a fantastic job; I’m extremely happy of him as an artist, and I’m very proud of his work on ‘The Hardest Stone’, which is one of my favourites on the record.”