Tom DeLonge and his band mates incorporate the Occupy Wall Street movement into the clip for the latest single from their fourth studio album, 'Love: Part Two'.
The official music video for Angels & Airwaves's "Surrender" has finally arrived. Premiered on MTVu on Friday, May 25, the four-minute-plus clip sees a group of young people dancing in the streets and protesters facing off against riot police as the Tom DeLonge-fronted band rock the anthem elsewhere.
This brand new music video has William Eubank serving as its director. Picking up the protest theme, it once again brings into light the Occupy Wall Street movement, a public protest against social and economic inequality that began in September 2011 in New York City. At times in the clip, the band's vocalist DeLonge can be seen singing in front of Occupy and Anonymous posters.
"Surrender" is the latest single from Angels & Airwaves' fourth studio album, "Love: Part Two", which was released in November 2011. The track has got another music video treatment before the official clip was released. A slow-mo clip of the band's performance of the song at one of their live shows was put out earlier in May.
Angels & Airwaves' "Surrender" Official Music Video