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Watch The Trailer For MGK’s Tickets To My Downfall Musical, Downfalls High

Machine Gun Kelly has dropped the first teaser trailer for the upcoming Downfalls High musical – an adaptation of his Tickets To My Downfall album.

As well as revealing that he plans to release another album in 2021, we can now also expect Machine Gun Kellys upcoming musical adaptation of his 4K-rated pop-punk album Tickets To My Downfall to arrive next year, too.

Sharing a 15-second teaser trailer of the pop-punk Grease”, MGK announce overnight that the movie will be titled Downfalls High, and is due out in January 2021.

Speaking to NME about Downfalls High, Machine Gun Kelly revealed he shot the Tickets To My Downfall musical in four days with collaborator Mod Sun, while also wearing the hat of director’ for the first time ever.

Read this: Machine Gun Kelly: From rap devil to pop-punk god

It was almost like shooting 14 music videos back-to-back, but with a narrative that’s outside of my personal life stories,” he said. It focuses on other characters, and then me and [Travis Barker] are just the narrators. It’s an interesting concept because it hasn’t been done for an album ever, maybe outside of like Pink Floyd’s The Wall.” 

Last week, MGK spoke of his grand plans for next year: Definitely directing a movie, releasing another album, performing Tickets To My Downfall live – that’s necessary. And being a good human, those are all my 2021 top of the list.” 

Hell yeah. Watch the trailer for Downfalls High below – and stay tuned for more…

Ahead of the release of Downfalls High, watch Machine Gun Kelly talk love, loss, life and the true meaning of punk rock as part of the Kerrang! Face To Face series:

Posted on November 23rd 2020, 10:28a.m.
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