Ex-Blink 182 frontman, Tom Delonge’s passion for the search for life beyond Earth, is well documented and his company To The Stars, Inc. even produced a documentary shown on the History Channel- Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation. He is known for his dedication to research on the topic and has given many interviews about his other life’s work.
Now, he is at the helm of a new sci-fi project- Monsters of California– which will be his directorial debut. The synopsis that has been made publicly available sets out what we can expect in terms of plot:
“Monsters of California is a coming of age adventure with a science fiction twist that follows teenager Dallas Edwards, played by Samson, and his derelict friends on a quest for the meaning behind a series of mysterious, paranormal events in Southern California. The truths they uncover begin to unravel extraordinary secrets held tightly within the deepest levels of the Government.”
No word yet as to when we can expect the release but Delonge is using his Instagram account to keep people updated.
He is also busy writing and recording a new Angels & Airwaves album. Delonge’s post-Blink 182 outfit (which also includes ex-Paramore drummer IIan Rubin and Box Car Racer guitarist David Kennedy) released a new single in April of this year with All That’s Left is Love and all profits for that release went to the Feeding America’s Covid-19 Relief Fund. Their sixth album should hopefully be on the way soon.
I’m Molly Tie- a freelance writer and punk blogger! I have two major musical loves in my life- punk and the music of the 1960s. I love all eras of punk- from 70s UK to US pop-punk. I’m particularly interested in issues relating to women in the music scene. I am currently writing a book that explores the lived experience of being a female into punk music. The book is a labour of love- and my aim is to get it published in 2021.