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03/04/2015

(03.04.2015)

und MTV behave honourably!!!!
shock, but YAY!

Tokio Hotel Takes Down Thirty Seconds To Mars
To Become The Champs Of MTV’s Musical March Madness

Basically you guys won again. Thank you so much for voting,’ the band told MTV News.

Twice is just as nice…just ask Tokio Hotel.

In a fight to the finish, Tokio Hotel just inched past Thirty Seconds To Mars to claim their second MTV Musical March Madness title. The foursome have dominated the competition since day one, easily moving on in each round, but faced their toughest battle in the final against 30STM.

We just heard that we won MTV’s Musical March Madness again,” Tom and Bill Kaulitz said in a video message sent to MTV. “Basically you guys won again. Thank you so much for voting. That’s crazy. We are super happy. We just came back from our tour in Europe — it was amazing. We already miss the stage so we got to hit the road pretty soon again and continue with part two. We can’t wait. Thank you so much for voting, thanks for this award, you guys are amazing you are the best fans in the world. Thank you so so much and we will see you guys on tour.”

The final round saw over 20 million votes, with Jared Leto and the guys giving it a good run, but the Tokio Hotel fans proved to be too much, taking 51% of the votes.

So what did the road to the championship look like for Tokio Hotel? In the first round, the “Run, Run, Run” group cruised past “Uptown Funk’s” Mark Ronson, which then had them facing off against 2013 MMM champion Ed Sheeran. We thought this would be a heated match-up but the loyal Aliens easily took Ed down getting 84% of the votes in round two. The guys then easily made it past Imagine Dragons before crushing Walk The Moon in the Final Four.

Tokio Hotel knows what it feels like to be an MMM champ since they took home the the title back in 2012 when they defeated Green Day.

It’s been a big week for the German band, who just released their brand-new music video for “Feel It All,” off their Kings Of Suburbia album, which takes a look at the lifestyles of misguided youth.

A big congrats goes out to Tokio Hotel for their impressive win and thanks to all the bands for making our sixth MMM tournament truly epic. But I want to give a big shout-out to all the fans who keep this going. With nearly 50 million votes cast throughout this tournament you have shattered our records and dazzled us with your dedication.

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(31.03.2015)

Tokio Hotel’s probably ambitious art video

“Can you tell me something about your first memory of childhood?” This question probably something harmless and usually beautiful in the minds of most of us: the first snow and the realization of totally different feels. The song that Papa always sang while driving a car. Or the trampling in the stairwell when Lukas from the 3rd floor came down to ask if you’ll come play in the yard. Be easy, not tangible and especially – still completely free of the worries and problems that weighs in later life. “Tokio Hotel“, which are among the most successful bands in the German-speaking world, answer to this question in her new music video “feel it all”, which was published on March 27, however, with shocking and brutally honest scenarios: experiences every day experienced young people deeply involved in the drug quagmire,!

Art or much too blatant?

Bill Kaulitz (25), lead singer of the band “Tokio Hotel“, bears as the main protagonist through history by “feel it all”. It depicts the situation of many lost young souls, which seem caught in their own world of parties, fast sex and drug addiction. It is a search of self-discovery, where it ultimately loses his self and even destroyed. It involves decisions affecting you, wishes that you have and the great feeling of freedom!

The images relentlessly show all that which we shocked otherwise look off: naked body of sickly-acting junkies, heroin syringes, that dig deep into the skin, painful sex for the next shot. Also the extreme contrasts, bringing the drug to be catchy. The short high gives way to deep case following afterwards. The sense of community of Feierwütigen, in which all are one and yet away from the swirling party crowd feel completely alone and lonely. Love and at the same time the hatred to the noise – and ultimately to himself.

Bill Kaulitz shines with authenticity

“Feel it All” is honest, nothing hidden and looks at the problem of drug addiction from a disturbingly catchy angle. “Tokio Hotel” is thus above all : Real! The former teen band has finally stripped off the children’s shoes and proves with this music video, they are true Artists. Right now will “feel it all” is praised by the fans because of its authenticity and especially Bill‘s acting qualities.

For Bill Kaulitz from “Tokio Hotel” it was a dream come true with the music video. “Feel it all” at the movies “we children from Bahnhof Zoo” ajar “Kids” that also relentlessly portray the drug addiction of youngsters and Bill largely inspired on the current project.

I wanted to play has always been a lost soul!

For me, it’s in ‘ feel it all’ to feel each side of life.” Life offers depths and darkness, light and dreams, hatred and freedom and this rebellious page. I wanted to show all of this and I wanted to play has always been the role of a lost soul! “, explains the 25-year-old of the music video background. The single “feel it all” to appear on April 3.

Makes courage to represent all of these facets, “feel it all” by Tokio Hotel so authentic and adult. Because it does not condemn, but shows only what has long become the sad reality in many large cities. However, is the video is more than just a raised index finger against drug abuse – instead, give the pictures room for their own interpretation and throw the head theater. And that should create art – in any form whatsoever!

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(01.04.2015)

Tokio Hotel ‘Feel It All’ by Mattias Erik Johansson

In October last year, after a five year hiatus, German pop-rock band Tokio Hotel came out with their fifth studio album Kings of Suburbia, whose tracks have been paired with some fresh videos to express their change in sound. Last year, innovative Australian director Kris Moyes had a crack at one with the zany and rather unhinged Girl Got A Gun.

Now, Mattias Erik Johansson has directed this dramatic video of youth in the grips of drug abuse. Adding to the believability, the video was shot in a documentary style, with singer Bill Kaulitz depicted as a downtrodden young man, caught in a whirlwind of parties, sex and heroin. Ultimately selling himself in order to get his fix, this is decidedly a drug-drenched video with a serious anti-drug message.

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(01.04.2015)

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“There is an uncensored version according to the band but it hasn’t come out yet. I’m impressed with how committed Bill was to this shoot and I appreciate hearing his reasons for choosing the subject matter. Props.” ~ ohnotheydidnt.livejournal

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(27.03.2015)

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