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.'
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Fall is here, and do you know what the means? Absolute football mania! Some of pop's biggest stars are so stoked about the new NFL season, that they had to share their thoughts via Twitter. Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 was excited to be sitting on his couch, while Snoop Dogg was taking in the Eagles vs. Fal
Destruction, not to mention mayhem and marauding, rules in Blink-182's video for 'Up All Night.' While the trio is playing in a house at night, the rest of the safe, suburban town in which the house is situated is burning. There are fires set while children and teenagers riot in the streets.
If you can't beat 'em, reward 'em. At least that's what Blink-182 did for their video for their new single 'Up All Night.' The pop punk band, who finally released their first single in almost 10 years last month, created a video for the song by cobbling together footage and clips of their fans illegally using their music online. But rather than punish fans for doing so, Blink-182 are rewarding them.