Watch Davey Havok Reflect on AFI's 'Blood Album,' 26 Years in Music While Doing Arts & Crafts
AFI has been in the industry for 26 years with 2017 marking a landmark year as they released their 10th studio album and play a slew of major festival dates. Fuse caught up with lead singer Davey Havok at Firefly Music Festival to not only talk about AFI's legacy, but also do some arts and crafts to keep with the theme of the fest's Woodlands location.
Watch above as Havok colors and explains the significance of January's self-titled album (also known as The Blood Album) and reflects on how the music industry and their band has changed through the years.
Stay tuned for on-the-ground updates from Fuse at Firefly 2017 all weekend. Below, watch this throwback video of AFI talking about the community vibe at the 2006 Warped Tour.