The Airborne Toxic Event checked in with fans on their official web site on April 24th, talking about some upcoming tour dates and writing songs for a possible third album. They write:
The days feel different and strangely vivid when you’ve slept a bit and can recite the name of the city you’re in without pausing to think. Los Angeles. Yes, we’ve been home for a small while and writing big new songs – a third album in the works, possibly.. More on that in the months to come.
The Airborne Toxic Event Upcoming Tour Dates:
July 13 in Cincinnati, OH at Sawyer Point Park for Bunbury Festival
July 14 in Detroit, MI at The Fillmore Detroit (with Minus the Bear)
July 15 in Columbus, OH at The LC Indoor Pavilion (with Minus the Bear)
July 20 in Las Vegas, NV at Hard Rock Pool
August 5 in Montreal, QB at Osheaga Festival
August 26 in Squamish, BC at Squamish Festival
The Airborne Toxic Event are out with the music video to their new single ‘All I Ever Wanted’, off the Los Angeles, California indie rock group’s second studio album ‘All at Once’, out now on Island Records.
“The video is a loose retelling of the short story ‘The Hitchhiking Game’ by Milan Kundera,” the band stated about the Jon Danovic directed project. “It was shot in the hills in the middle of nowhere, north of L.A. We’re indebted to the very talented actors Jesse Hoy and Nora Kirkpatrick.”
Watch it via Vevo below.
The Airborne Toxic Event will be making a special appearance on the season finale of ‘Gossip Girl’, airing Monday (May 16) at 9/8c on the CW. It will air in the UK on the following Monday (May 23). Watch the brief clip via YouTube below.
Watch a brief teaser via YouTube below.
The Airborne Toxic Event did a live set on Fuel TV’s ‘The Daily Habit’ the other day, including performances of ‘All I Ever Wanted’ and ‘Changing’. Both songs are off the Los Angeles indie rock band’s second album ‘All at Once’, out April 26th on Island Records.
Video of the television appearance at YouTube has since been removed.
The Airborne Toxic Event performed an acoustic cover of ‘I’m On Fire’ by Bruce Springsteen on the group’s YouTube channel. Watch below.
The Airborne Toxic Event were interviewed by Jared Sagal of Rockerrazzi.com at Penthouse in Los Angeles. The group talked about the venue, the kind of songwriter Mikel Jollett is, hearing their songs on the radio, and the one thing they’d grab out of their house if it was on fire. Watch it via YouTube below.
The Airborne Toxic Event are out with a performance video for ‘Welcome To Your Wedding Day’, continuing the band’s “The Bombastic” series of one-shot, one-take acoustic releases from their new album ‘All At Once’, out April 26th. Watch the Jon Danovic directed video via Vevo below.
The Airborne Toxic Event are out with the music video to their new single ‘Changing’, off the American indie rock band’s second album ‘All at Once’, out April 26th on Island Records. Watch the Jon Danovic directed video via Vevo below.
Los Angeles rockers The Airborne Toxic Event have released a new song and video for ‘Neda,’ which pays tribute to Neda Agha-Soltan, the Iranian student whose murder during last year’s election protests became an international news story. The song is part of the ‘I Am Neda’ campaign, an Amnesty International-sponsored project that aims to help spread awareness of human right violations in Iran. Watch it via YouTube below.
The Airborne Toxic Event played the American National Anthem at the Lakers vs. Mavericks game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday (January 3). Watch it via the band’s YouTube channel below the cut. (more…)