For as long as #TomDeLonge can remember – even before he sang...

For as long as #TomDeLonge can remember – even before he sang “Aliens Exist” on …

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For as long as #TomDeLonge can remember – even before he sang “Aliens Exist” on #Blink182’s multiplatinum pop-punk classic, Enema of the State, in 1999 – he’s been obsessed with what he calls “the phenomenon.” For example, he can tell you about the airships of 1897, blimp-shaped objects reported throughout the West over the course of three months. “They went across the country and landed in certain cities, and mayors and senators met with the pilots,” says DeLonge. “It was national news. And then they completely disappeared. No one knows who they were.” We go inside his #UFO obsession and find out about the band’s turmoil. Read the full article at RollingStone.com. Photograph by LeAnn Mueller (@leannmueller1)

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For as long as #TomDeLonge can remember – even before he sang “Aliens Exist” on #Blink182’s multiplatinum pop-punk classic, Enema of the State, in 1999 – he’s been obsessed with what he calls “the phenomenon.” For example, he can tell you about the airships of 1897, blimp-shaped objects reported throughout the West over the course of three months. “They went across the country and landed in certain cities, and mayors and senators met with the pilots,” says DeLonge. “It was national news. And then they completely disappeared. No one knows who they were.” We go inside his #UFO obsession and find out about the band’s turmoil. Read the full article at RollingStone.com. Photograph by LeAnn Mueller (@leannmueller1)