Photo Credit: Ayaz Asif
If you live in or will be in Denver on November 7th and you want to be in our new video for “Wrong,” we want to hear from you. We’ll be filming at the Ogden Theatre during the day in advance of our concert (and during the show), so if you’d like to be a part of this, email the following to [email protected] with the subject heading “Music Video“:
1) A short paragraph about yourself and why you want to be in the video. Please include your full name.
2) A photo of yourself
If you’re selected, you’ll need to be available on November 7th for the entire day. If you don’t have tickets already, we’ll add you to our guest list for the show that night—plus, we’ll throw in some other goodies for you.
You’ll get a reply only if you’re selected. In it, we’ll provide detailed instructions about call times, clothes, etc.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
A short paragraph about myself:
I’m 22, married for a year, and am headed back to Denver with my friend, Kayla, to see you guys perform at the Ogden again. I am a small business owner, crossing my fingers that my hard work pays off and I can be successful and stop working for other bosses. I’m in a band with my dad and have been since I was 15. I was trained in classical piano and miss my weekly lessons like I never guessed I would. I thoroughly enjoyed each “background” post on the composure of your songs and wish I could save them to look back at them every so often.
It would be such an honor to be affiliated with The Airborne Toxic Event. Seriously, you have no idea. Then I could put that up there with mine and Kayla’s accomplishments of catching two of Mikel’s picks last year (that I use on my guitar in my band, of course.)
Hello there! My name is Tyler Vincent Vermillion and I would love so much to be in the upcoming music video for Wrong. I’m a huge fan and so is the love of my life. I’ve made the effort to see you guys whenever you’re in town. One of my most cherished memories is singing with Mikel in the crowed to Does This Mean You’re Moving On. Your music has changed my life and is very near and dear to me. Thank you truely for what you have contributed to the music world. I am trying to start my own music carrer and it would be amazing to share a moment with some of my musical icons. I send you all my love and I would love to have this once in a lifetime opportunity. Also tell Steven his playing rocks my soul!
I heard that you guys were looking forward to more people being in your new video for “Wrong”. I have been listening to The Airborne Toxic Event since March of last year at the request of my friend, Alex Arkfeld, whom you have already accepted in your army of video volunteers. Alex and I connect on a level like nobody else in my friend “repertoire”. He’s the best guy I’ve ever met, and this would truly be a monumental opportunity for two guys from Nebraska to road trip to Denver and be a part of something great! Indie music has been something that Alexander and I have bonded over for some time now, in an area where conservative values and shitty country music rules. We know what our viewpoints and goals are, and they certainly aren’t what are state is represented by. We constantly have talks about love, peace, and understanding. This is what I think represents The Airborne Toxic Event the most. (Please correct me if I’m wrong). It would truly be an honor and a cherished memory to be in a video that is produced by The Airborne Toxic Event for the rest of my life. Not just for me, but for Alex as well. I love him, and I hope we can make this work. Take care,
Love Alex Steinmeyer