The Airborne Toxic Event took a big swing with their second album, All at Once, but the Los Angeles quintet thinks they hit their goal.
“We were definitely shooting to do something – overall – larger than our last record,” bassist Noah Harmon recently told Fender Vision. “I think we’re all really proud of it. I think if we had 10 more years to work on it, we probably couldn’t do it any better.”
The Airborne Toxic Event embarked on a world tour on Oct. 9, a run that concludes on Dec. 6 in Tempe, Ariz.
Here, the band talks about process that led to All at Once.
The Airborne Toxic Event also offered their thoughts on some of the Fender gear they play on a regular basis.