In 2008, rock ’n’ rollers — and pretty much everyone in general — couldn’t get away from Airborne Toxic Event’s single “Sometime Around Midnight.” The group received accolades from iTunes and Rolling Stone, and started headlining tours almost immediately. This year saw the group’s sophomore album, “All at Once,” with its singles “Changing” and “Numb,” with music videos released simultaneously, creating plenty of buzz. The Airborne Toxic Event will share the stage with Switchfoot for 102.1 the X’s “Miracle on Broad Street” at the National on Thursday, Dec. 1, at 7 p.m. $20-$23.
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