Twenty One Pilots Reflects on First London Show

ABC/Randy HolmesTwenty One Pilots has added a show at London's Alexandra Palace for November 11. Along with the announcement, the band has shared a short video reflecting on their first, much smaller show in the English capital.

The first London Twenty One Pilots show took place in March 2013 at the Barfly, a 200-person venue in the city's Camden Town neighborhood. In footage from the performance, you can see the band's older, much simpler stage set-up. At the end of the show, frontman Tyler Joseph stood in the middle of the crowd and declared, "We're Twenty One Pilots, and so are you."

The video also includes footage from Twenty One Pilots' first show back in London, at the much bigger Brixton Academy earlier this year. While nobody was in line for the Barfly show an hour before doors opened, fans waited in line overnight for the Brixton concert.

Twenty One Pilots also visited the U.K. last weekend to play the Reading and Leeds festivals. During a performance of the track "Car Radio" at Reading, Joseph jumped into the pit to crowd surf, but was quickly mobbed by fans. Joseph fell into the crowd and his shirt got all ripped up, but he was able to escape and climb onto a platform. You can watch footage of the incident now on YouTube.

Copyright © 2016, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.