A pathetic emo band formed by former Blink-182 member Tom DeLonge who believe they are deep, emotional, and important by trying to relate their image to past wars and catastrophes that have happened.
The music they produce is talentless with non-sensical lyrics that suggest how shallow and stupidly thought out the whole concept was.
"Hey! did you go to that Foo Fighters gig at LCCC where Angels & Airwaves got booed off stage?"
"Haha, yeah they really sucked."
The indefinite side project of former Blink 182 member Tom DeLonge -- accompanied by David Kennedy, Adam "Atom" Willard, and Matt Wachter. A&A shoots for a "larger than life" sound to promote their message about life, the importance of ones dreams, and the infinite possibilities humanity is blessed with. Current albums include "We Don't Need to Whisper" and its counter-part, "I-Empire."
It's not about losing a great band like Blink 182; it's about gaining two better ones -- Angels & Airwaves and +44.