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Watch Twenty One Pilots' Josh Dun drum through "Vessel" to celebrate album's sixth anniversary

ABC/Image Group LATwenty One Pilots' 2013 album Vessel celebrated its sixth anniversary on Wednesday. Drummer Josh Dun marked the occasion with an Instagram video showing him drumming along to tracks from the album.

"Played through this album today at my house," Dun wrote in the caption. "Technically [frontman] Tyler [Joseph] and I have been playing this song for over 6 years but happy 6th, vess."

After self-releasing their first two albums, Twenty One Pilots made their record label debut with Vessel, which was released January 8, 2013. It spawned the singles "Car Radio," "House of Gold," and "Holding on to You."

Vessel was also the last Twenty One Pilots album to be released before the duo became world-conquering superstars with its follow-up, 2015's Blurryface.

TOP dropped their most recent album, Trench, in October. They'll launch a European tour behind the record later this month, and they'll kick off a U.S. run the end of May.

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