After its initial release back in April, Angels & Airwaves have finally shared a music video for "All That's Left Is Love."

Proceeds from the song are going to the charity Feeding America.

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"All That's Left Is Love" follow up Angels & Airwaves' recent singles “Kiss & Tell” and “Rebel Girl.” For Tom DeLonge, this latest song from the band is all about finding ways to appreciate the relationships you have in your life.

“We never appreciate the connection we have with others until it’s gone," he says. "And although we may not be able to change this first part of this story, we can for sure change the ending."

In the atmospheric "All That's Left Is Love" video, DeLonge is seen searching for connections in nature after being inside his house. The video's meaning could be referencing the ongoing quarantine that is happening amid the coronavirus pandemic.  The new video also references various scenes of nature that are often overlooked such as beaches, sunsets and space.

All of the proceeds from the emotional single are being donated to Feeding America. DeLonge spoke about his ties to the charity in a recent interview with Zane Lowe.

“Gwendolyn Meyer, she’s in the dynasty of a massive international food consortium,” DeLonge says. “She’s a wonderful woman, and she brought me into working with Feeding America over the past few years, and largely through my ex-wife too. And so I’ve gone down with Feeding America, and I’ve handed out food on holidays and for people in need. And a lot of people think that the United States obviously is a more wealthy country than other, but there’s still so much poverty here.”

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Angels & Airwaves are currently working on their next album. The last full-length to be released from the band was 2014's The Dream Walker.

Outside of music, DeLonge and the To The Stars Academy have been hard at work. Back in April, the Pentagon officially released their three videos featuring alleged evidence of UFOs. Now, they are working with legislators to change how the government handles classified UFO information.

On June 23, DeLonge announced that To the Stars Academy was able to get language regarding unidentified aerial phenomena inserted into Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Authorization Act. If passed, how the government conceals and reports on classified information regarding UFOs would change. The proposal, however, still has various other steps to go through before it can become law.

The "All That's Left Is Love" video is available to watch below.

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