Tom DeLonge on KROQ’s Kevin And Bean Show said that the new album and feature film will come out together and they’re looking at probably right after the first of the year for the release date.
12 years ago, Tom DeLonge quit one of the biggest bands in the world to create an art project to tell stories through multiple formats. He has since executively-produced Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigations for The History Channel, which airs at the end of May. He co-founded a company, To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science, which is up and running, and even works with US government officials with a view to “changing the world” through science, aerospace and entertainment. There have been films, novels, comics, and there’s even a kids’ TV show on the way. As well as all of that, Angels & Airwaves are back with new music and their first tour in seven years. And that’s just the start.
A lot of artists dabble in different mediums, but DeLonge dives in head-first. We caught up with the former Blink-182 frontman to find out how he’s keeping his head above the water.
Tom Delonge sits down with Hilary at 91X in San Diego – they talk new Angels & Airwaves music, tour dates, film projects and plans as well as Blink 182 past (what really contributed to him leaving?), present (they talk all the time), and future. They also take a deep dive into all things To The Stars: Tom’s new television series, aliens existing, and what one top ranking government official told him that made him lose sleep for three straight nights. In one hour you’ll learn more about Tom’s creative vision and top-secret dealings with extra-terrestrial possibilities than you ever have before!
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