All the times Tom DeLonge references UFOs, mysteries of universe in songs

Through a highly successful pop punk band in blink-182 to an arena rock act in Angels & Airwaves with a post-hard core Box Car Racer project in between, Tom DeLonge has always sprinkled cues in his songwriting of his out-of-the world interests.

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Did Matt Skiba really spot an UFO?

File this under the "no way" file:

Matt Skiba (blink-182/ Alkaline Trio) posted a photo on his Instagram that shows an UFO he allegedly saw while on a plane. The irony here. Quick history: Skiba replaced (or is filling in for the LONG time being) Tom DeLonge in blink-182 as DeLonge famously walked away from the band to concentrate on To The Stars, which eventually developed into full-fledged UFO research and the launching of To The Stars Academy Of Arts And Science. 

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Pop-punk's best UFO-themed merch designs

For some reason, aliens and UFO designs have been a thematic constant when it comes to the punk and pop-punk aesthetic. Maybe it's the idea of being an outsider or the questioning of authority/conventions, or maybe it's just biting more off of 1990s pop culture

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EXCLUSIVE : WWE Hall of Famer Amy Dumas reveals 'The UFO Sho'

WWE fans will remember Amy Dumas ("Lita") as the high-flying women's wrestling trailblazer who historically main evented "WWE Raw" with Trish Stratus and as a Hall of Famer, but Dumas is going from moonsaults to  the moon with her latest DIY outing "The UFO Show."

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What the Tom DeLonge announcement means

Tom DeLonge's big announcement is the formation of To The Stars Academy Of Arts and Science, which promises to focus on synergistic divisions of science, aerospace, and entertainment. DeLonge is joined by an impressive list of former government officials from national security and the scientific community to help push the progress forward in research, advanced technology and "informative storytelling," which is likely where the "Sekret Machines" fiction and non-fiction franchises fit.  

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INTERVIEW: Best Ex explains fear of aliens despite UFO merch

Pop-punk acts aren't afraid to rock UFO imagery on their shirts, but for Best Ex (the band formerly known as Candy Hearts) the fear of aliens may actually exist.  Front woman Mariel Loveland has used UFO/ space designs on merchandise in the past, and her intrigue into outer space is also met with some trepidation. 

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'Punk rock and UFOs' appear on 'Somewhere In The Skies' podcast

Punk rock and UFOs recently had the honor to appear on Ryan Sprague's refreshing and compelling podcast "Somewhere In The Skies." Sprague,a UFO researcher and author, has been a supporter and a friend of us from the very start, and his podcast has featured some of the most exciting names in the field like Richard Dolan, Nick Redfern, Erica Lukes and others. 

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