Owl City has a pretty inescapable collaboration with Carly Rae Jepsen, 'Good Time,' out right now -- but it's not the most anticipated duet Adam Young's done lately. The 'Fireflies' singer's collaboration with Blink-182's Mark Hoppus, a track called 'Dementia,' is garnering some serious buzz.
A Blink-182 fan curious how well the band's lyrics might work as pickup lines filmed himself approaching strange women in public places and tossing out lines from random Blink songs. As you might guess, most of the ladies were not impressed.
Remember the porn star who appeared on the cover of Blink-182's 1999 album 'Enema of the State' in a nurse's outfit? That was actress Janine Lindemulder, and time seems to have caught up with the now-43-year-old, if a new photo is any indication.
The guys from Blink-182 (Travis Barker, Tom DeLonge and Mark Hoppus) might be as famous for their often hilarious and sometimes weighty music videos as they are for their catchy pop-punk tunes. In celebration of their entertaining videography, we want all of you Blink-182 fans to vote on your favorite music video from the trio. After much debate, we've narrowed the list down to 10 of our all-time favorite Blink videos, and you can vote on the video you love the most below.
The Utah quartet and their single 'Everybody Talks' are set to take on a new competitor today, and if they come out on top, they will be inducted into PopCrush's Sound Off Hall of Fame. Today, the pop-rockers will take on Blink-182 and the band's newest release 'After Midnight.'
Blink-182 are known as much for their goofy affects as they are for their guitar chords. However, the video for their second single from 'Neighborhoods,' 'After Midnight,' doesn't feature the band streaking or in costumes. The clip is darker and more dramatic than the post-apocalyptic suburb of 'Up All Night.'
In a lengthy chat with KROQ, Mark Hoppus and Tom DeLonge spoke about the rekindling of the Blink-182 fires. The band members said that they don't over think things and that is what's magical about the band, which has sold 27 million albums since its inception.
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