Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance) has changed his PO Box address. Check out what he had to say after the jump.
*IMPORTANT MAILING INFORMATION* Please pass around.
The address to send me letters is changing. I won’t go into too much detail but lets just say it had started to become “unpleasant” at the local USPS Office. I picked up todays bins, closed the box, and changed the address to send letters. *Note- If your letter is on it’s way or you just dropped it off to be mailed, not to worry, as all mail addressed to the PO Box with be fowarded to the new address, which is:
Warner Bros Records
c/o Gerard Way
3300 Warner Blvd
Burbank, CA 91505
My good buddy Jeff Watson @Iheartmissy helped me work it out and the good people at Warner Brothers will accept all mail for me, and since there is such a high volume of mail I was going to work on it there anyway, hopefully with the help of a brave WB intern. Like I was saying before, I’m not exactly sure what will be sent back, so please keep any expectations realistic, but I will absolutely read every single letter, and plan on something in return. Also, this is going to take a lot of time but I have organzied the bins in the order I recieved them, and will respond in the order they arrived. I would just try and be extremely patient, don’t stress it, and eventually you will be surprised!
Same rules apply-
1. I cannot pass anything along to anyone else.
2. Don’t make it weird.
3. No packages- Flat art, drawings, letters, envelopes, even larger ones, are fine. Packages are destroyed.
4. No food.
5. Nothing that was once alive, or currently living.
Thanks for your patience! And for the letters I have recieved so far!
PS- I didn’t check any of the spelling in this letter.
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