There’s an old saying that one should not mix business with pleasure — an old saying that Tokio Hotel decidedly does not truck with. In fact, for their most recent record, Kings Of Suburbia, business and pleasure worked together in harmony to create their new electronic sound.
These days, the band’s home base is L.A, where they were disappointed to find that the clubs close at 2 a.m. Therefore, they often went to the studio to keep the party alive into the wee hours.
“It’s one of those songs where you just don’t want the party to end and it’s an after-hour party song and you just gotta go all night,” Kaulitz added. It’s a song inspired by their party to soundtrack your next party.
When was the last time you stayed out all night listening to Tokio Hotel? Let us know in the comments!
They kind of don’t even care if she sings or not.
Everyone musician has one. That list they keep in their head of all the amazing artists they’d love to collaborate with if they could only get, you know, Madonna on the phone.
Tokio Hotel are no different. As they gear up for a tour in support of Kings Of Suburbia, the boys recently sat down with MTV News to talk about their bucket list and some of the names on it might surprise you.
Steven Tyler, Or All Of Aerosmith
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1) Guitar Center:
Tokio Hotel performed for the Guitar Center at GCHollywood!
Tokio Hotel a performé pour Guitar Center à GCHollywood!
2) Balcony TV LA
Xavier Brinkman interviewed the band and they also performed an acoustic version of LWLYB on the Hollywood tower. Xavier wrote on Twitter that they have talked about Bill & Tom’s home studio, eyebrows and orgies and that they are such down to earth guys and super funny!
Apparently, Tom told him they got the inspiration for the next video – which is going to be “Feel it All” – from watching YouPorn. Can we expect another video like LWLYB?
Interview will be out in about two weeks, but here are already some pictures!
Xavier Brinkman a interviewé le groupe et ils ont également joué une version acoustique de LWLYB sur la Hollywood Tower. Xavier a écrit sur Twitter qu’ils ont parlé du studio maison des jumeaux, de sourcils et d’orgies et qu’il a trouvé les gars très authentiques et très drôles! Apparemment, Tom lui aurait dit qu’ils ont eu leur inspiration pour le nouveau clip (qui sera “Feel it All”) en regardant YouPorn! Peut-on s’attendre à une autre vidéo dans le genre de LWLYB?
L’entrevue va sortir dans environ deux semaines, mais voici déjà quelques captures!
3) OK TV USA.
4) MTV News
5) Jam in the Van (performance)