Angels & Airwaves, Parkway Drive on 'Boobies' record

Tom DeLonge’s Angels & Airwaves are among the acts who have contributed to a compilation in aid of the Keep A Breast foundation.

The American breast health charity’s Music For Boobies album is released on March 18 next year and also includes tracks by Falling In Reverse, Parkway Drive, Sleeping With Sirens, Danko Jones, Anti-Flag, Simple Plan and more.

It’s available for pre-order now on CD and digital via iTunes, with Angels & Airwaves track Saturday Love Remix and The Maine Featuring Brennan Smiley’s cover of New Radicals hit You Get What You Want offered as instant downloads with all orders.

Hear The Maine’s effort via Spotify here, and Angels & Airwaves’ contribution via Spotify at this link.

Half of the profits from the album go to Keep A Breast, which aims to “empower youth around the world with breast health education and support.”


Volume 1

  1. Angels & Airwaves - Saturday Love Remix
  2. Falling In Reverse - Chemical Prisoner
  3. Parkway Drive - Vice Grip
  4. Sleeping With Sirens - Save Me A Spark
  5. American Hi-Fi feat. Kay Hanley - Another Perfect Day (Acoustic)
  6. Emarosa - A Hundred Crowns
  7. Too Close To Touch - Pretty Little Thing
  8. Motion City Soundtrack - Lose Control
  9. Allison Weiss - Who We Are
  10. Alvarez Kings - Fear To Feel
  11. Patent Pending - It’s All Good Today
  12. The Raveonettes - Wake Me Up

Volume 2

  1. The Maine feat. Brennan Smiley - You Get What You Give
  2. Simple Plan - Astronaut
  3. Anti-Flag feat. Tim Armstrong - Brandenburg Gate
  4. Knuckle Puck - Swing
  5. Such Gold - When It Gives
  6. Danko Jones feat. Cristina Scabbia - Wild Woman
  7. letlive. - Banshee (Ghost Fame)
  8. Beautiful Bodies - War Inside Your Heart
  9. Skinny Lister - Trouble On Oxford Street
  10. Zebrahead - Blue Light Special
  11. Enter Shikari - Dear Future Historians… (London Elektricity Remix)
  12. This Wild Life - No More Bad Days
  13. Simone Denny - Breathe Again

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