A movie which features the Thirty Seconds To Mars lead singer has got to have an impressive soundtrack. Plus, the movie's rough and dark themes has got to inspire some punk and alt rock artists. The movie team then announced that the soundtrack would include songs such as an Eminem classic, an official recording of Panic! At The Disco's cover of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody (which we know Brendon Urie loves to perform), and a new song by the antiheroes Twenty One Pilots.
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Twenty One Pilots seem to join the Suicide Squad in their song "Heathens": "All my friends are heathens, take it slow/Wait for them to ask you who you know/Please don't make any sudden moves/You don't know the half of the abused." In the video, Josh and Tyler are kept in a prison modeled to look like the prison in the movie. Tyler is being led like a prisoner, while Josh on his drumset acts like an enigma Tyler keeps following. In the end, Tyler catches up to Josh and they begin to play a show for the prisoners of the facility. Snippets from Suicide Squad are shown along the way. Twenty One Pilots seem to act as the spokespeople for the Suicide Squad before the squad show up in your town.
"Heathens" is Twenty One Pilots' song from the soundtrack to Suicide Squad, which will be released August 5 through Atlantic Records. Twenty One Pilots' song "Ride" is currently #1 on the US iTunes Top Alternative Songs. The Suicide Squad soundtrack is currently available for preorder on iTunes and "Heathens" is available to stream on Spotify. Twenty One Pilots' is currently touring on the Emøtiønal Røadshøw Wørld Tøur, and their next performance will be Tuesday in North Carolina.