Last night, malady Twenty One Pilots and Echosmith took over the Paramount Theater in Seattle for an epic show that delighted screaming fans of a mostly younger demographic. Despite being dubbed an opening band, indie pop ensemble Echosmith could easily have headlined their own show with their explosive, attention-grabbing performance. The all-sibling band led by singer Sydney Sierota, has been climbing the charts with their delightful debut album Talking Dreams and hit singles “Cool Kids” and “Bright.” After Echosmith’s bright and sparkling performance, the mood shifted immediately for headliners Twenty One Pilots. Lead singer Tyler Joseph made his appearance in a signature full-zip skeleton hoodie and jumped immediately into “Heavydirtysoul” and “Stressed Out,” the first two singles off the band’s second album Blurryface. Thanks to their dedicated, fervent fan base, Twenty One Pilots has been making a bunch of appearances in the Seattle area, most notably at Sasquatch this past year. They will be back in town in December for 107.7 The End’s annual Deck the Hall Ball.