Angels & Airwaves are out with the video to their new single ‘Hallucinations’, off the American rock group’s third album ‘Love’. The video is available for viewing via YouTube below.
Tom DeLonge and crew write:
This album is free for you. If you like it and want to put some money towards it, we would be grateful for your support. In fact, as our way of saying thanks, we’ll give you an exclusive song remixed by Mark Hoppus of blink-182!
If you don’t want – or aren’t able – to contribute, then please accept the album free of any charge.
You don’t even have to give us your email address.
B-Roll footage of Angels & Airwaves playing for the USO in a show that will be featured in the next ‘One Tree Hill’ episode which airs on Monday (November 10) has been posted at the band’s MySpace TV channel. Watch it below.
Angels & Airwaves Fall Tour Webisode #2 features Tom DeLonge making his way from backstage at a recent concert in Denver to make a cameo during Weezer’s set. After performing with Rivers and company, the band was seen in their dressing room before heading back to the hotel. Adam “Atom” Willard then was seen having a tough time with the hotel room key as his bandmates looked on. Watch the clip below.
Angels & Airwaves is on tour with Weezer this fall, and Tom DeLonge explained in a video clip on the band’s MySpace TV channel how to meet the group. If you are a member of their official web site angelsandairwaves.com, you can meet the band. Watch the brief message below.
Angels & Airwaves are out with the video to their new single ‘Breath’, the third release from the San Diego, California based alternative rock group’s second studio album ‘I-Empire’, out now on Geffen Records. Watch it, and a making of clip, via YouTube below.
Tom DeLonge, lead singer from Angels & Airwaves, is personally inviting you to join them on Modlife.com. Watch the message featuring Tom describing the web site below.
Rock acts on television this week include:
Lifehouse, who perform on FOX’s ‘New Year’s Eve Live’ on Monday
Kid Rock, Good Charlotte and Paramore, who perform on MTV’s ‘Tila Tequila’s New Year’s Eve Masquerade 2008’ on Monday
OneRepublic and Plain White T’s, who perform on ABC’s ‘Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve 2008′ on Monday
Lenny Kravitz, who performs on NBC’s ‘New Year’s Eve with Carson Daly’ on Monday
Angels & Airwaves, who perform on ESPN’s New Year’s Eve special ‘New Year No Limits’ on Monday
The late night shows return on Wednesday, with musical guests still TBD
Rock band Angels and Airwaves will help usher in 2008 on New Year, No Limits: New Year’s on ESPN Monday, Dec. 31, beginning at approximately 11:15 p.m. ET following the network’s coverage of the Chick-fil-A Bowl (ESPN/ESPNHD). The band will perform their hit songs “Everything is Magic” and “The Adventure” during the live, three-hour show from the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. The night will feature two Red Bull Experiments by motorsports stars Robbie “Maddo” Maddison and Rhys Millen: a world-record motorcycle jump the length of a football field (Maddison) and a never-before executed back flip in an off-road racing truck (Millen). In addition, the show will feature a music and video tribute to the late Evil Knievel.
At the stroke of midnight Eastern Time following the telecast’s split-screen view of the Times Square ball drop, viewers will see Maddison attempt his daring jump. Millen’s feat will be performed at midnight Pacific Time. Co-hosted by ESPN commentators Joe Tessitore and Mark Schlereth, with reporting by Jamie Little and Cam Steele, New Year, No Limits will examine the physics behind the feats, the athletes performing them, and where they rank with other contemporary athletes and accomplishments. In addition, the telecast will feature high-end graphic imaging and provide the latest sports news via a 90-minute SportsCenter between jumps.
Angels & Airwaves performed their ‘I-Empire’ song ‘Everything’s Magic’ on the ‘Larry King Live’ Christmas special on Friday (December 21). Before the performance, Larry talked with the group. Watch the interview and performance at YouTube. Read on for the transcript.
KING: They are the alternative rock band Angels and Airwaves. Their new album is “I Empire,” and it debuted at number nine on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart; 66,000 copies sold in its first week. We’re happy to meet them tonight. They are Tom Delonge, the singer and guitarist, David Kennedy, another guitarist, Adam Willard, the drummer, and Matt Wachter, the bassist. You were with Blink 182, right?
DELONGE: Yes, I sure was.
KING: How did this group form?
DELONGE: Well, we got together like most bands, a bunch of friends and we all grew up listening to the same kind of music and we grew up as skateboard kids in the same area. So we just very normal.
Rock acts on television coming up this week include:
OneRepublic, who perform on ‘The View’ on Monday
Angels and Airwaves, who perform on a holiday concert edition of ‘Larry King Live’ on Friday