Tyler Joseph from Twenty One Pilots shares with Booker & Stryker about his recent injury after falling on stage as seen in viral videos while on their Icy Tour. Tyler explains that his partner in crime, Josh Dun's drumstick fell on the stage unbeknownst to Tyler. He inadvertently jumped directly on it, slipped and rolled his ankle. He jokingly blames Josh, but he is able to laugh about it and said "it's bound to happen." He also adds that Josh feels terrible about it.
While Twenty One Pilots has an upcoming SoCal show at Honda Center on September 17th, Tyler admits that he doesn't remember his first ever Los Angeles show. He explains that as a lead singer who travels extensively, he doesn't always remember where he is.
Tyler also gives the details on Netflix reaching out to Twenty One Pilots for a Stranger Things/Heathens Remix recorded live in Romania. He reveals that he has only made it through three seasons of "The Stranger Things" and hasn't watched season four yet because his wife thinks it might be too scary.
Check out the full interview in Booker & Stryker's podcast on demand below.