"Guns for Hands" is a song written and recorded by American musical duo Twenty One Pilots, released as a single only in Japan. The song was originally recorded for their second self-released album, Regional at Best. It was re-recorded for their third album Vessel, their 2012 Three Songs EP, and their 2013 EP, Migraine. The video was directed by Mark C. Eshleman. The song reached number 21 on the Japan Hot 100.
The music video for "Guns for Hands" is shot in a large white room, empty save for the performers and their instruments. The beginning of the video also shows the song's title in Japanese, as well as some subtitles. Joseph wears a blue shirt, and Dun wears a red shirt, representing the band's early logo. The video opens with Joseph putting on a ski mask and then offering another mask to a withdrawn Dun, whispering "They won't know it's you." The two launch into an energetic performance, with Joseph regularly bringing attention to the fact that his mic is not actually recording his voice by swinging it around and rubbing it against his forehead. Prior to the rap verse, both performers wrap colored duct tape around their faces (also representing their logo) creating makeshift masks that they remove prior to the final chorus.