Summary of AAF live stream

Here are the highlights from the live stream on Instagram:

  • all shows have been cancelled because of COVID-19 pandemic
  • possible USA tour this summer
  • Alien Ant Farm signed a deal with Megaforce from New York (Anthrax, Third Eye Bland, Björk and more)
  • the band has a new management for a while now – TKO Agency
  • there are 4 new songs finished so far produced by Esjay Jones
  • IPAAF beer launches on Saturday, April 4h 2020, double IPA, 8.1% alcohol – the launch show has been cancelled
  • beer is going to be available on craftshack.com – company from Riverside CA
  • more live streams soon with possible acoustic show!

Bonus info from the stream (if you didn’t know that already):

  • first live AAF show was back in 1996 on Dryden’s birthday (June 15th)

Drink #IPAAF with Alien Ant Farm!

Come drink beer with the band on Saturday the 4th of April from 6pm for a complimentary acoustic show and the launch of “IPAAF”: a super juicy, double hazy India Pale Ale in partnership with Packinghouse Brewery and SLS Event Group.

This refreshingly drinkable IPA is the first collaboration between Riverside brewers, PackingHouse and the band.

#IPAAF will be available in cans and on draft at the show.. come thirsty!

Check out the promo video below and join the Facebook event or get tickets directly on Eventbrite!

New AAF material on it’s way!

This place is kinda dead but I have some great news for all the fans out there! Dryden posted this on his Instagram recently:

You might think who’s Esjay Jones? Well here’s some info:

Producer / Songwriter – Esjay Jones broke onto the music scene with her South African based pop rock group Stealing Love Jones. The band’s self-titled debut album included 3 chart-topping singles – “Kicks,” “Out There” and “A Little Easier.” The second album, 2008’s Bleed To Bloom, was produced by Smashing Pumpkins’ producer Bjorn Thorsrud, and yet again, broke 3 chart-topping singles — “99,” “Don’t Blame Britney” and “Hospital.” After two full length studio albums, one special edition album, and seven #1 singles, Esjay made her move to Los Angeles, joining with Primary Wave Talent Management and Beluga Heights.

Her first placement in the U.S. was “Day Away” for Radio Disney’s The Net Big Thing Season 5 runner up, Elle Winter. In 2012, Esjay co-wrote the Timeflies smash, “I Choose U,” released as the group’s first release on Island Def Jam. Cuts with Krewella (“Party Monster”), Jeffree Star (“Love To My Cobain” & “Mr. Diva”) and Sean Kingston (“Bomba”) followed.

Esjay recently co wrote “Magic” featuring Nile Rogers and Brandy by artist Mystery Skulls.  Esjay continues to work with top producers and songwriters, including Mike Elizondo, JR Rotem, Soulshock, Mitch Allan, Toby Gad, The Underdogs and many more.

Esjay latest brainchild *Lorialla* includes big names like Ariel Chobaz, Skylar Mones, Tha Aristocrats, Bjorn Thorsrud, Trey Vittetoe and Igloo. 

Source: https://www.esjayjones.com/about

Couple of words for 2019

Hey guys! Hope you had a great New Year’s Eve. It’s been a while since last post on this site but honestly there’s not much going on except for a few live shows here and there. As soon as the guys start recording something new or anything like that I will post about it but for now there’s nothing.

Have a nice year! 🙂