Angels & Airwaves
|Angels & Airwaves|
Angels and Airwaves performing at Hyde Park in June 2006.
|Origin||San Diego, California, USA|
|Genres||Alternative rock, space rock, art rock, neo-progressive rock|
|Labels||Geffen, Suretone, Independent - Adventure Intermedia, To the Stars|
|Associated acts||Blink-182, Box Car Racer, Denver Harbor, Lostprophets, The Offspring, Rocket from the Crypt, 30 Seconds to Mars, Nine Inch Nails, The Distillers, Hazen Street, Over My Dead Body, Moth, Alkaline Trio, Social Distortion, Special Goodness|
Angels and Airwaves (AvA) is an American alternative rock band. It was formed by former Blink-182 singer and guitarist, Thomas DeLonge. The memers of the band were Atom Willard, former Offspring drummer; Matt Wachter, former bassist of 30 Seconds to Mars; and David Kennedy, former guitarist of Hazen Street and Boxcar Racer.
DeLonge created the band angels and airwaves to bring good music to people ears. The band performed amazing live performances and was well liked by Delonge's fans. Most of the songs have long built up intros with guitars, synthesizer, drums and keyboards. Delonge showed over time that his live voice had improved since his time singing for Blink 182.
Angels and Airwaves released their first album, We Don't Need To Whisper in 2005. The second studio album, I-Empire was released in October 2007. It was a more lighthearted album with a faster beat. AvA has toured very much. They have said that they will be playing for the second year in a row at Vans Warped tour. They will be playing the entire tour.
DeLonge has covered a few songs from Blink 182 but he has never played the full song in respect to his former band mates. He has played slowed versions of "Down", "I Miss You", "Not Now", and "Reckless Abandon". He only plays these songs by himself with his guitar.