‘Angels & Airwaves’ newest single “Surrender” was released on 16th April, 2012.

The track, taken from their latest album “LOVE Part One & Two”, is conquering radio stations worldwide with its ear-catching sound. Fans of the band are now eagerly awaiting the music video for the single which is currently being shot by the band. Their “LOVE Part One & Two” lead single Anxiety was accompanied by a high-tech music video that was shot at a Sky Church venue at Seattle’s Experience Music Project Museum. The state-of-the-art complex boasts a 48,000 Watt sound system and the world’s largest indoor video screen. So this music video comes much anticipated.

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The track, taken from their latest album “LOVE Part One & Two”, is conquering radio stations worldwide with its ear-catching sound. Fans of the band are now eagerly awaiting the music video for the single which is currently being shot by the band.

Their “LOVE Part One & Two” lead single Anxiety was accompanied by a high-tech music video that was shot at a Sky Church venue at Seattle’s Experience Music Project Museum. The state-of-the-art complex boasts a 48,000 Watt sound system and the world’s largest indoor video screen. So this music video comes much anticipated.

“LOVE Part Two” is the successor to “LOVE Part One” which was an entirely free download for a limited time on the band’s website. This never before released sequel is an entirely new album that features two CDs, 22 tracks in total, and is currently available for the price of just one.

The release of the band’s second single “Surrender” came just as the band kicked off their European tour in Munich on April 2nd.

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