Gerard Way Posts ‘Pink Station Zero’ Video Teasing New Music

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Former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way is responsible for one of the fall’s most anticipated albums, and earlier today we learned additional music from that release will soon be available.

Using Twitter as his launching pad, Gerard Way turned to social media this afternoon to share a new video titled Pink Station Zero. The name is a reference to one of many ‘stations’ that will be found in All Ages, a comic Way is currently developing when not making music. In the clip, what looks to be a futuristic dance party themed television show filmed using technology from the late 1980s plays on the screen. At the end of the clip, the supposed host of the program announces that new music from Gerard Way will be available next week. You can view the visuals below:

We cannot confirm this information, but we believe the material being referenced is a song titled “No Shows.” That track, as well as its official video, is set to be released next week alongside pre-orders for Way’s debut solo album, Hesitant Alien. Follow UTG on Twitter for updates.

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