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Tom Delonge’s Angels & Airwaves Release ‘We Don’t Need To Whisper – Acoustic EP’

Tom Delonge’s Angels & Airwaves Release ‘We Don’t Need To Whisper – Acoustic EP’

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ANGELS & AIRWAVES have released WE DON’T NEED TO WHISPER – ACOUSTIC EP, a special four-song EP that celebrates the band’s 2006 debut album with new and stripped-down arrangements of four fan favorites:

  1. “Valkyrie Missile”
  2. “Distraction”
  3. “Do It For Me Now”
  4. “The Adventure”

Today through Thursday, August 24, the EP is available for download exclusively via Tom DeLonge’s To The Stars site– click HERE for more info.

The EP arrives on all streaming services this Friday, August 25th. Fans can also pre-order via iTunes today by clicking HERE and will receive “The Adventure” as an instant download.

The band has also released a lyric video for “The Adventure,” which features rare studio footage circa 2005-2006 during the We Don’t Need To Whisper sessions – click HERE to watch.

WE DON’T NEED TO WHISPER – ACOUSTIC EP was produced by Angels & Airwaves vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Tom DeLonge and Aaron Rubin, who produced Angels & Airwaves’ 2013 release Stomping The Phantom Brake Pedal and 2014’s The Dream Walker. It’s the follow-up to 2016’s EP, Chasing Shadows (which was released alongside the top-charting novel Sekret Machines).

About the new EP, Delonge says, “It’s been about a year since we put out new music and I wanted to give the fans something while the band works on the soundtrack to the upcoming Strange Times film. Being in the studio brought back memories of AVA’s first album and I thought it’d be fun to reimagine those tracks and play around with the arrangements a bit. It’s the first time we’ve ever put out an all-acoustic release and it’s great to be able to do it with these songs, which are all pretty special to me.”

DeLonge is dedicating the EP to producer Jeff “Critter” Newell, who passed away in 2012. “Critter was everything to us. We considered him a member of the band. He had the most artistic and beautiful soul and was such a big part of our lives. He always spoke with such poetry. He was my companion during the making of the first years of AVA. He would drink and dance in the studio parking lot to these songs till 4am. When we started recording these new versions, I couldn’t stop thinking about how much I miss him. His spirit was definitely with us in the studio.”

In addition to having Angels & Airwaves work on new, original music for the Strange Times soundtrack, DeLonge will serve as the film’s director.  As originally covered by The Hollywood Reporter, DeLonge has partnered with The Cartel and Striker Entertainment to produce a feature film based on his Strange Times franchise. The movie centers on a rebellious group of San Diego skateboarders who take it upon themselves to investigate extreme paranormal activity around town, only to embark on an adventure that they could never have imagined.

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Tom Delonge Announces April 5th Release For ‘Sekret Machines’

Tom Delonge Announces April 5th Release For ‘Sekret Machines’

Coming April 5th

Coming April 5th

Multi-platinum-selling artist TOM DELONGE (Blink 182, Angels & Airwaves) has announced the launch of SEKRET MACHINES, a transmedia series that will include new music from Angels & Airwaves, fiction and non-fiction books, and an eye-opening documentary. The project launches on April 5th with the 704-page hardcover novel, Sekret Machines Book 1: Chasing Shadows (To The Stars/Simon & Schuster), the first in a three-volume series of fiction novels co-written by DeLonge and New York Times bestselling author A.J. Hartley (The Darwen Arkwright series). Pre-orders are available at ToTheStars.Media, Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Fans can also pick up limited edition collectible editions at ToTheStars.Media.

Chasing Shadows is a complex and thrilling read based on facts and actual events gleaned from the authors’ sources within the military and intelligence community. The book follows the witnesses, which are legion, scattered across the world and dotted through history, people who looked up and saw something impossible lighting up the night sky. What those objects were, where they came from, and who—or what—might be inside them is the subject of fierce debate and equally fierce mockery, so that most who glimpsed them came to wish they hadn’t. Most, but not everyone.  Among those who know what they’ve seen, and—like the toll of a bell that can’t be unrung—are forever changed by it, are a pilot, an heiress, a journalist, and a prisoner of war.  Each will be propelled into a dark labyrinth of otherworldly technology and the competing aims of those who might seek to prevent—or harness—these sources of unfathomable power.  Because, as it turns out, we are not the only ones who can invent and build…and destroy.

“I wanted to tackle the subject of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena because it seems so unbelievable,” says DeLonge. “I knew the story was fantastic regardless if you believed it or not. This was the one topic that could tackle religion, cosmology, science, history, politics, secrecy and more. After taking over a year to meet, prove myself and acquire 8 elite advisors—each of whom has held the highest positions within the military, scientific and executive branch offices—this story contains true information from a secret historical record, some of which has NEVER been heard until now. We all need to take a moment to think about the National Security threat that exists when world powers race to understand and control advanced technology recovered from extraordinary places.”

“What makes the book unique, I think, is that it takes a skeptically researched, investigative and realistic approach to history and eye-witness testimony to open up a sensational story about the secret world of military intelligence and extraordinarily advanced technology,” says Hartley. ”The result is a wild and unsettling ride.”

About working with Hartley, DeLonge says, “He knew very little about the phenomenon. He’s a distinguished Shakespeare professor, a New York Times best-selling author and British through and through, but he’s also an open-minded skeptic. Together we created Chasing Shadows, a first novel that sets up many things: important events that had their genesis as far back as World War II and continue today. The events, locations and moments are all true. We weaved them together in a way that echoes what really happened to those who stumbled across something spectacular, wondrous and a bit frightful. The glue is fiction. The building blocks are not. A Shakespeare scholar and a rock musician join forces. Who would’ve thought?”

About the Authors:

Tom DeLonge is an award-winning musician, producer and director, best known as the lead vocalist and songwriter for the platinum-selling bands Blink-182 and Angels & Airwaves.  Under his entertainment company To The Stars…, Tom has created transmedia entertainment properties that span music, film, comics and books.  Together with New York Times best-selling author Suzanne Young, he recently released Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares (To The Stars/Simon & Schuster), which hit No. 1 on Amazon’s Teen & Young Adult Thrillers and Suspense chart. That book was precluded by the animated short film Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker, which took home Best Animation in Toronto, the critically-acclaimed comic book series of the same name and the top-charting album The Dream Walker.

A.J. Hartley is an international bestselling novelist whose work includes archaeological thrillers, the Darwen Arkwright children’s series, the Will Hawthorne fantasy adventures, novels based on Macbeth and Hamlet, and two upcoming young adult series, Steeplejack and Cathedrals of Glass. He is also the Robinson Distinguished Professor of Shakespeare at UNC Charlotte. His website is www.ajhartley.net

 

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Tom DeLonge Sets December 9th Release For Limited Edition “Poet Anderson – The Dream Walker” Graphic Novel

Tom DeLonge Sets December 9th Release For Limited Edition “Poet Anderson – The Dream Walker” Graphic Novel

Coming December 9th!

Coming December 9th!

Multi-platinum-selling artist TOM DELONGE has announced a December 9th release for “Poet Anderson – The Dream Walker,” a graphic novel and art collector book that compiles all three issues of the critically acclaimed Poet Anderson comic series, 20 pages of stunning never-before-seen concept art and the instrumental version of Angels & Airwaves’ acclaimed album The Dream Walker, which hit No. 1 on iTunes.

A trailer for the collection can be seen below!

The limited edition “Poet Anderson – The Dream Walker” set is being released thorough Magnetic Press in collaboration with DeLonge’s entertainment company, To The Stars, Inc. and available for purchase HERE.

More than just a prequel to the film and novel trilogy, “Poet Anderson – The Dream Walker” is the must-read origin story that introduces readers to The Dream World, where a deep mythology begins to unfold and where Poet’s long and vibrant journey begins. Nerdist described the Poet comic books as “stunning, filled with a kinetic energy.” We The Nerdy said the books showed “a ton of imagination, creativity and [are] absolutely gorgeous to look at.”Graphic Policy declared it “visually amazing and completely beautiful” and Digital Trends praised its creator by writing, “No doubt about it, Tom DeLonge is a modern day dream weaver.”

The collection follows the release of Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares (Simon & Schuster), which was written by DeLonge and New York Times best-selling author Suzanne Young and hit No. 1 on Amazon’s Teen & Young Adult Thrillers & Suspense chart. The novel is the first of a planned trilogy of Poet Anderson adventures from the duo. Rolling Stone premiered an excerpt from the book, which can be read HERE and Billboard premiered “Home,” a track from the four-song Angels & Airwaves ‘…Of Nightmares’ EP that accompanied the book.

The graphic novel, book and EP continue the story of Poet Anderson, a character DeLonge introduced last year with the animated short “Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker” (which won “Best Animated Film at the Toronto International Short Film Festival). That film also came with the Angels & Airwaves companion  album, The Dream Walker.

As reported in the Los Angeles Times, DeLonge has also written and directed a live-action Poet Anderson short film featuring “Teen Wolf” star Tyler Posey as Poet that’s set for a 2016 release.

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Tom Delonge And “Teen Wolf” Star Tyler Posey Team For Live Action Poet Anderson Film

Tom Delonge And “Teen Wolf” Star Tyler Posey Team For Live Action Poet Anderson Film

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Dylan Sprayberry, left, Tyler Posey and Tom DeLonge on set of the upcoming and as-yet-untitled short film in DeLonge’s “Poet Anderson” franchise.

As reported in today’s Los Angeles Times, multi-platinum-selling artist TOM DELONGE has written and directed a live-action short film featuring “Teen Wolf” star Tyler Posey. On October 13th, DeLonge will premiere an exclusive scene from the yet-to-be-titled film at the Grammy Museum in downtown Los Angeles. Tickets and information about the event (“A Conversation with Tom DeLonge”) can be found at  this location – Click Here.

The film, due for release later this year, also stars Dylan Sprayberry (Man of Steel), Taylor Spreitler (”Melissa & Joey”) and Samantha Logan (“The Fosters”).

Posey, best known for his starring role as Scott McCall in the hit MTV series “Teen Wolf,” will play Poet Anderson, a character DeLonge created and introduced last fall via the award-winning animated film, Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker.  Winner of  Best Animated Film at the Toronto International Short Film Festival, Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker is about a young boy who is a Lucid Dreamer that can tunnel between the Waking and Dream Worlds, an alternate universe created by mankind’s shared unconscious thoughts.

It’s worth noting that the live-action film has a completely separate plot line from its animated predecessor. DeLonge describes it as “a brief and modest look into the mythology of the Poet Anderson universe. Meant to be a bit ambiguous and artistic, the plot traces the edge of a girl having recurring dreams of a boy at her school. While the dreams are romantic, fun and adventurous, a real threat exists requiring someone there at all times to protect her.”

Enter Posey as Poet Anderson. “As a big fan of Tom’s, I knew all about the Poet franchise and couldn’t have been more stoked to be a part of it,” he says. “And I was so humbled that he picked me to bring Poet to life. It was nothing short of a dream to work with him, let alone having him compliment me on my work and feeling like a true friend of his rather than just a work partner. He’s a real genuine, ambitious and inspiring person that I love calling a friend.”

“I was introduced to Tyler through some common friends, says DeLonge,” and after a brief conversation it became very apparent we needed to work together. He was a passionate guy, and desiring opportunities to create art that was out of the box and forward-thinking. This made him a great match for the way I think. Tyler, as a person, has a gravity and calmness that came through on this film. He added ‘cool’ to the Poet character, a steady hand of youth and bravado. The emotional range he brought showed the heart, and passion for what a ‘Poet’ does…and is.”

Next up for DeLonge is the much-buzzed-about novel Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares (Simon & Schuster), the first of a planned trilogy of YA Poet Anderson adventures co-written with New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Young. Set for an October 6th release, the novel explores an unknown world where dreams meet reality and the disappearing chasm in-between. DeLonge will be discussing and signing copies of the book at the October 13th Grammy Museum event.

DeLonge and Young will also be signing books October 7th at Anderson’s Bookshop in Chicago, October 10th at Powell’s City of Books in Portland (Tom only) and November 7th at Book Passage, Corte Madera in San Francisco.

DeLonge’s band Angels & Airwaves just released a companion EP for the novel titled ‘…Of Nightmares,’sections of which will appear in the new film. Billboard premiered “Home,” one of the EP’s tracks, along with an animated excerpt from the book, which can be seen HERE. That followed the recent Rolling Stone premiere of lead track, “Into The Night.” The new EP follows last year’s Angels & Airwaves album, The Dream Walker, which hit No. 1 on iTunes. 

About Tom DeLonge

Tom DeLonge is an award-winning musician, producer and director, best known as the lead vocalist and songwriter for the platinum-selling bands Blink-182 and Angels & Airwaves.   Under his media production company To The Stars…, Tom has created transmedia entertainment properties that span music, film, comics and books.  ToTheStars.Media will bring together all media formats for one major compelling visual landscape of the Poet Anderson universe.  An advanced book club community will also be live for fans that want to immerse themselves in the book prior to publication date and experience a directors cut of the book with rich media content.

About Tyler Posey

Tyler Posey stars on “Teen Wolf,” currently in its fifth season.  Host of TEEN CHOICE 2014 and the winner of the TEEN CHOICE 2013 award for “Choice Male Summer TV Star,” Posey has also won an ALMA Award for “Favorite TV Actor”  and was one of Variety’s “Power of Youth” honorees for his work with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. In 2013, Posey appeared on the big screen in “Scary Movie 5.” He also starred in the indie film “White Frog,” and in Kevin Smith’s upcoming feature comedy “Yoga Hosers.”

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Rolling Stone Premieres Angels & Airwaves’ “Into The Night”; Tom DeLonge Novel Set For October 6 Release

Rolling Stone Premieres Angels & Airwaves’ “Into The Night”; Tom DeLonge Novel Set For October 6 Release

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Rolling Stone is premiering “Into The Night,” the lead track from ANGELS & AIRWAVES’ upcoming EP, …Of Nightmares. “Into The Night” can be heard HERE  and is available as an instant download when pre-ordering the EP on iTunes.

Set for a September 4th release, …Of Nightmares follows last year’s  Angels & Airwaves album The Dream Walker, which shot to No. 1 on iTunes.  The new EP  is the music companion to “Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares” (Simon & Schuster), the upcoming novel from Angels’ frontman Tom DeLonge and New York Times best-selling author SUZANNE YOUNG. The first of a planned trilogy of Poet Anderson adventures from the duo,  “Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares is set for an October 6th release and explores an unknown world where dreams meet reality as the chasm between disappears.

The new EP and novel also follow last year’s award-winning 14-minute animated short companion film, Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker, which was awarded “Best Animated Film” at the 2014 Toronto International Short Film Festival.

Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares tells the story of two recently orphaned teen brothers on a journey to a new life. The elder brother, Alan, is heading to a job at the Hotel Eden in Seattle, where their parents worked before they were killed in a horrific plane crash, and younger brother Jonas, the misfit of the two, returns to the “normalcy” of high school. But normal is nowhere in sight as unseen forces wreck their lives in every possible way. Tragedy leaves Alan in a coma and young Jonas left to fight for both of their lives against enemies from a dark nightworld.

Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares is available for excerpts and authors DeLonge and Young are available for interviews.

About the Authors:

Tom DeLonge is an award-winning musician, producer and director, best known as the lead vocalist and songwriter for the platinum-selling bands Blink-182 and Angels & Airwaves.   Under his media production company To The Stars…, Tom has created transmedia entertainment properties that span music, film, comics and books.  Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares is precluded by the animated short film Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker, which took home Best Animation in Toronto, the critically-acclaimed comic book series of the same name and the top-charting album The Dream Walker. Limited edition collectable packages will be available on ToTheStars.Media, bringing together all media formats for one major compelling visual landscape of the Poet Anderson universe.  An advanced book club community will also be live for fans that want to immerse themselves in the book prior to publication date and experience a directors cut of the book with rich media content.

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Tom Delonge and Author Suzanne Young Join Forces For ‘Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares’

Tom Delonge and Author Suzanne Young Join Forces For ‘Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares’

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Multi-platinum-selling artist TOM DELONGE and New York Times best-selling author SUZANNE YOUNG have joined forces for this fall’s most compelling read: Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares (Simon & Schuster), the first of a planned trilogy of Poet Anderson adventures from the duo. Set for an October 6th release, the novel explores an unknown world where dreams meet reality and the chasm between the two sometimes disappears.

Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares tells the story of two recently orphaned teen brothers on a journey to a new life. The elder brother, Alan, is heading to a job at the Hotel Eden in Seattle, where their parents worked before they were killed in a horrific plane crash, and younger brother Jonas, the misfit of the two, returns to the “normalcy” of high school. But normal is nowhere in sight as unseen forces wreck their lives in every possible way. Tragedy leaves Alan in a coma and young Jonas left to fight for both of their lives against enemies from a dark nightworld.

Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares is available for excerpts and authors DeLonge and Young and available for interviews.

About the Authors:

Tom DeLonge is an award-winning musician, producer and director, best known as the lead vocalist and songwriter for the platinum-selling bands Blink-182 and Angels & Airwaves.   Under his media production company To The Stars…, Tom has created transmedia entertainment properties that span music, film, comics and books.  Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares is precluded by the animated short film Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker, which took home Best Animation in Toronto, the critically-acclaimed comic book series of the same name and the Billboard Hot 100 album by Angels & Airwaves The Dream Walker. Poet Anderson …Of Nightmares will coincide with an original soundtrack recorded by Angels & Airwaves.  Limited edition collectable packages will be available on ToTheStars.Media that will bring together all media formats for one major compelling visual landscape of the Poet Anderson universe.  An advanced book club community will also be live for fans that want to immerse themselves in the book prior to publication date and experience a directors cut of the book with rich media content.

Suzanne Young is the New York Times bestselling author of The Program series of novels for young adult readers. Young lives in Arizona where she also teaches high school English. Her novels include The Program, The Treatment, The Remedy, The Epidemic, and Hotel Ruby.

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The New Regime: Ilan Rubin’s Latest Project To Release ‘Exhibit B’ On March 31st

The New Regime: Ilan Rubin’s Latest Project To Release ‘Exhibit B’ On March 31st

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Though Ilan Rubin is best known for his work Nine Inch NailsAngels & Airwaves and Paramore, it can be argued that his best work happens when this one-man band is fronting—and backing The New Regime.

Rubin is gearing up for the March 31st release of The New Regime’s Exhibit B, an 8-song collection that he not only wrote and recorded, but also played every instrument and sang all the vocals. Alternative Press is premiering the album’s first track, “We Rise, We Fall,” which can be heard HERE.

Trent Reznor says his first impression of Ilan Rubin was, “this kid reminds me of me when I was his age. Then I realized he was much more naturally talented. He’s irritatingly talented.”

Tom DeLonge calls Rubin “the best instrumentalist I’ve ever met in my life.”

Haley Williams says “Ilan not only meshed with us as a band, but he made us better individual players. He challenged us and he felt comfortable bringing his style to the table, which in turn added a very confident, very reliable backbone to our new sound.

Rubin wrote and recorded Exhibit B almost entirely while touring with Nine Inch Nails in 2013-2014. And it was on that tour that Rubin got to stretch his wings onstage as well. “Most people didn’t know about all the things I can do because there was never really a place to showcase those skills,” he says. “When I first toured with Nine Inch Nails in 2009, Trent knew that I could play piano, so wherever there was a piano part, I would take it over. On the last tour, the band was down to a four-piece, so we needed to distribute parts as best we could. There were a lot of moments when I played bass and guitar and some keyboards. And I think that was a big help in getting people to see a bit more of what I’m about as a musician.” Incidentally, the tour also saw him pick up a new instrument—the cello—at Reznor’s behest.

He took on a more traditional role with Paramore, filling in on that band’s self-titled album when they found themselves suddenly drummer-less, and even going out in that role on some tour dates before Reznor called him back for a surprise NIN reformation. “It was the first time I’d played with people who were my age,” he points out, “ and we got along really well. Sessions are fun, because it’s a way of temporarily putting you in a setting that you wouldn’t usually be in and helps to sharpen your skills.”

When Angels & Airwaves’ Tom DeLonge started planning The Dream Walker, Ilan’s involvement was hardly just for sessions. Rubin was a full creative partner with DeLonge on the collective’s recent album. “It’s the first time I’ve collaborated with anybody else as a writer,” says Rubin. “I would always be part of someone else’s band and play drums and that was it, or I’d write all my own music entirely by myself. So that was a great experience.” Released this past December, The Dream Walker hit No. 3 on Billboard’s Top Indie Album Chart and No. 5 on the Alternative Chart. It also went to No. 1 on iTunes in 14 countries.

To find out what Rubin sounds like when he’s in control of the creative process from start to finish, you of course have to look—and listen to—The New Regime, now on record number four, between two full-length albums (2008’s Coup and 2011’s Speak Through The White Noise)and two “exhibits” (2013’s Exhibit A and now Exhibit B). He finds that when people discover that The New Regime is a one-man band, he runs into the perception that some other musicians have done that same thing as more of a stunt than a musical necessity.

“It’s not me playing other instruments because I can,” he says. “It’s because I can execute my exact vision for the music. I view the music as a composer, except I’m able to play all the instruments in the orchestra. I play the bass, guitar, drums and piano the way I want it to be done for these songs, so why would I have anybody else but me do these things—especially when I’m able to play exactly what I’m envisioning?”

Whether listeners know where Rubin has already been or not, they’re arriving at a rich musical landscape signaled by the title of Exhibit B’s opening track – “Where I’ve Headed All Along.”

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Angels & Airwaves Premiere Trailer For Animated Short Film

Angels & Airwaves Premiere Trailer For Animated Short Film

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IndieWire today premiered the trailer for the new animated short film Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker, from the imagination of Tom DeLonge and featuring music by Angels & Airwaves.  The short film will be released on December 9, 2014 and is an official selection of the 2014 Toronto International ShortFilm Festival, taking place November 12-14, 2014.  Click here to watch the trailer >

Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker follows Poet, a Lucid Dreamer with the rare ability to be aware of his dreams while they’re happening.  As Poet journeys deeper into his vivid dream life, he meets his Dream Walker, a guardian angel of dreams who protects him from the torment of a vicious Night Terror monster.  But when his nightmares break through into his waking life, Poet must face his demons to fulfill his destiny.

Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker is a story by Tom DeLonge.  Written by Tom DeLonge, Sergio Martins, Edgar Martins & Ben Kull.  Art by Sergio Martins & Edgar Martins.  The film features music from Angels & Airwaves’ upcoming album The Dream Walker preview track “Paralyzed,” which Rolling Stone recently premiered.  Upon its release, the song rocketed onto the Top 10 on iTunes’ Alternative Chart.

Scheduled for a December release, The Dream Walker was written, recorded and produced by Angels & Airwaves’ frontman/guitarist Tom DeLonge and multi-instrumentalist Ilan Rubin, known for his work with Nine Inch Nails. The album was recorded at Jupiter Sound in San Diego, CA, and mixed by Aaron Rubin, Tom Lord Alge and Alan Moulder. “Paralyzed” was mixed by Aaron Rubin.

The Dream Walker  follows AVA’s last two albums, Love (2010) and Love: Part Two (2011) and its companion film, Love, which investigated the psychological effects of isolation when an astronaut stranded in space learns the importance of human connection and love. The critically acclaimed movie was screened at festivals around the world.

Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker will also feature a comic book series, novels and a live-action feature film launching in 2015.

 

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Blink-182 Release Behind The Scenes Video For “After Midnight”

Blink-182 Release Behind The Scenes Video For “After Midnight”

Blink-182 are taking fans on an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of their latest video for their second single, “After Midnight.” The video follows the story of young, troubled lovers in a psych ward who break free for an unforgettable night together. “It’s that idea of one person trying to help another person to live life,” explained director Issac Rentz. “It’s almost like Ferris Bueller’s Day Off in that they have this one night to have a great time together.” Be sure to check out the behind-the-scenes video exclusively on AOL Music now.

For more information on Blink-182, check out the band’s official site, www.blink182.com, as well as, their Facebook and Twitter pages. Pick up Blink’s new album, Neighborhoods, available on iTunes and in stores everywhere now.

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Blink-182 Releases “After Midnight” Video In Support Of ‘Neighborhoods’ Album

Blink-182 Releases “After Midnight” Video In Support Of ‘Neighborhoods’ Album

Pop punk veterans BLINK-182 continue their comeback with a brand new video for “After Midnight,” the second single from their new album, Neighborhoods. The video was directed by Issac Rentz (Cage The Elephant, Motion City Soundtrack), who also worked on their previous video for “Up All Night”). According to Mark Hoppus, “the concept [of the video] is troubled love found in a psych ward.” Stay tuned for an exclusive Behind The Scenes look at the making of the video premiering tomorrow on AOL Music.

For more information on Blink 182, make sure to check out their official site, www.blink182.com, as well as their Facebook and Twitter pages. Blink’s new album, Neighborhoods, is available now on iTunes and in stores everywhere now.

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