Tokio Hotel did an interview with Metal TV Berlin and learned some more about metal music. Enjoy and don’t forget to switch on the English subtitles. 😀
Tokio Hotel released their next single for their album “Kings Of Suburbia” and it’s “Feel It All”. They not only released it as a download but there is also a physical copy which you can order on Amazon. It’s worth it for the artwork alone so please support the release and order it HERE.
The video was based on films that Bill liked, e.g. “Christiane F. – Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo” or “The Basketball Diaries”.
And here’s also a Making Of which was posted as a Tokio Hotel TV episode:
Don’t forget to subscribe to Tokio Hotel’s Youtube channel so you don’t miss any of their videos.
Guitar Center published another video with Tokio Hotel performing one of their songs from “Kings of Suburbia” unplugged. This time it’s “Never Let You Down”:
As promised Eska.pl posted their interview with Tokio Hotel on their website today. The article is in Polish but they also included the video interview. Watch it HERE.
In their current episode PopXport is looking back at Tokio Hotel’s history to celebrate their comeback with the new album “Kings of Suburbia”. You can watch the 26-minutes-long video on their website:
PopXport – The German Music Magazine
28.02.15 | 11:30 – 12:00 UTC, 28.02.15 | 15:30 – 16:00 UTC, 28.02.15 | 19:30 – 20:00 UTC, 01.03.15 | 03:30 – 04:00 UTC, 01.03.15 | 09:03 – 09:30 UTC, 02.03.15 | 14:30 – 15:00 UTC, 03.03.15 | 07:30 – 08:00 UTC
Polish TV channel Eska TV interviewed Tokio Hotel today and already tweeted a picture as a little teaser. Looks promising:
— ESKA (@eska_pl) February 28, 2015
Presenter Robert Choinski also posted a picture with Bill on Instagram.
Some news to Tokio Hotel’s new video for their single “Feel It All” which will be released on 27th March 2015:
Andrew Brawl shared the art work he did for cover on Twitter:
— Andrew Brawl (@andrewbrawl) February 26, 2015
Have you seen the film “Kids”? What do you think of the video inspiration?
Guitar Center posted another unplugged Tokio Hotel performance. This time it’s for their song “Love who loves you back”:
Now that Kelly Clarkson has released her version of “Run Run Run” with John Legend some UK sites might pick up on it and present us with some great opportunities to promote Tokio Hotel in the UK. So keep your eyes peeled, UK fans. As soon as you stumble upon a mention of it, make sure to comment and mention Tokio Hotel, link to their video of “Run Run Run” if possible and these days you can also point out their upcoming gig in London on 6th March 2015. Spread the TH love, Aliens!
Here is one article about the song on UK site Digital Spy that doesn’t mention Tokio Hotel so leave comments please.