Angels Airwaves All Thats Left Is Love Video
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Angels & Airwaves Release Video For All That’s Left Is Love

Watch the new video for Angels & Airwaves’ latest single, All That’s Left Is Love.

Following on from the single’s release back in April, Tom DeLonge’s Angels & Airwaves have now shared the video for All That’s Left Is Love.

We never appreciate the connection we have with others until it’s gone, and although we may not be able to change this first part of this story, we can for sure change the ending,” explains Tom DeLonge of the video, which was co-directed by Caleb Mallery.

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Proceeds for All That’s Left Is Love are going to Feeding America, a charity that helps almost 40 million people in the U.S. who are struggling to get food – and even more so amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“Friends, as we are all stuck at home and watching these unfortunate world events unfold, we couldn’t help but notice little glimmers of light showing across the globe – revealing the positive side of humanity that sometimes gets lost in our day-to-day lives,” says Tom of his decision to donate to Feeding America.

“That, ultimately, is what this band has been about since day one: hope. With all of that in mind, we decided to channel our feelings into a song – of which all proceeds will go to benefit Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund.”

Watch Angels & Airwaves’ new video for All That’s Left Is Love below:

Posted on June 25th 2020, 8:30pm
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