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Tokio Hotel Schools You In The Fine Art Of Turning An After-Party Into A Single

These are some dedicated dudes.

There's an old saying that one should not mix business with pleasure -- an old saying that Tokio Hotel decidedly does not truck with. In fact, for their most recent record, Kings of Suburbia, business and pleasure worked together in harmony to create their new electronic sound.

"'Feel It All' is one of those songs that we wrote at an after-party," Bill Kaulitz told MTV News of the band's second single, for which the guys are primed to shoot a new video any day now in Germany.

These days, the band's home base is L.A, where they were disappointed to find that the clubs close at 2 a.m. Therefore, they often went to the studio to keep the party alive into the wee hours.

"It's one of those songs where you just don't want the party to end and it's an after-hour party song and you just gotta go all night," Kaulitz added. It's a song inspired by their party to soundtrack your next party.

When was the last time you stayed out all night listening to Tokio Hotel? Let us know in the comments!