He’s promised a major announcement about aliens in the next 60 days.

After his falling out with pop punk band Blink-182, former lead singer Tom DeLonge has focused much of his attention on the skies, and the many aliens he believes occupy them.

This went from odd quirk to conspiracy theory jetfuel after one of Hillary Clinton’s leaked emails included a few exchanges between DeLonge and her campaign manager John Podesta, who has had a well publicized interest in UFOs.

Now, as Stereogum points out, DeLonge has been named the 2017 UFO Researcher Of The Year Award for The International UFO Congress, a convention organized by Open Minds Productions which calls itself “a research-based organization with a mission to investigate and report evidence of extra-terrestrial, UFO, and other phenomena to a global audience.”

DeLonge’s accomplishments are described in a new video which also includes a thank you message where he ominously explains that he will make a major announcement about aliens in the next 60 days.

“Thank you for acknowledging some of the hard work I’ve been putting into some subject matter that concerns us all,” he said. “There’s a lot that I can’t say, but there’s a lot that I can, and I’m so appreciative that I’ve been acknowledged for this stuff but I’m not done.

Godspeed, Tom.



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