Diamond-selling act AWOLNATION debuted a new single called “We Are All Insane” today, along with a new music video. Earlier this fall, AWOLNATION released “Freaking Me Out,” accompanied by the first music video in a series of videos that brings the viewer into a futuristic world and begins a journey of escape in a   post contemporary world. The official music video for “We Are All Insane” continues the story and is the second in a series of new videos directed by Eliot Charof exploring The Phantom Five’s flight to freedom in an overly digitized future. Watch “We Are All Insane” HERE.

Frontman Aaron Bruno on the inspiration behind “We Are All Insane,” “I wrote the song during a time when the days of the week felt especially monotonous and I was searching for ways to stay creative and productive. I think that’s a feeling most people have experienced at some point in their lives, especially over the past few years.”

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The band is in the middle of headlining their “Falling Forward” North America tour featuring special guests Badflower and The Mysterines. Purchase tickets HERE – see below for a full list of remaining dates. 

AWOLNATION returns with new original music, after the release of their covers and collaborations album My Echo, My Shadow, My Covers and Me earlier this year. That project included collaborations with BeckJewelPortugal. The ManRise AgainstTaylor Hanson, and Brandon Boyd of Incubus, among others.

Landing in Houston, Texas tonight, AWOLNATION’s Falling Forward tour continues until November 18. The group is treating fans to performances of new music and playing fan-favorites in Albuquerque, Tempe, Los Angeles and other cities. Below is a full list of dates. Tickets are available HERE

DOWNLOAD ARTWORKAWOLNATION Upcoming Tour Dates
November 4 – Houston, Texas – Bayou Music Center
November 5 – Dallas, Texas – Southside Ballroom
November 6 – Austin, Texas – Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater
November 8 – Albuquerque, New Mexico – Revel
November 9 – Tempe, Arizona – Marquee Theatre
November 11 – Los Angeles, California – Hollywood Palladium
November 12 – Las Vegas, Nevada – Brooklyn Bowl
November 13 – Oakland, California – Fox Theater
November 16 – Portland, Oregon – Roseland Theater
November 18 – Seattle, Washington – Moore Theater