Blink-182 has been working on a new album, the follow-up to 2016's California. Speaking to ABC Radio, bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus says the punk trio is trying to expand beyond the Blink formula and experiment with "traditional song structures."
Mark Hoppus talks about the new blink-182 album on Instagram live.
Simple Creatures' Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth talk us through their first musical instruments, their teenage heroes and more in our Early Years interview. Plus, what were the first band practices and gigs like for Blink-182 and All Time Low?
Simple Creatures rolled into London on their debut tour and we caught up with Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth about their new EP 'Strange Love'. How did they first meet? What were the inspirations behind the project? What we can expect from their second EP 'Everything Opposite' (and their forthcoming album after that)? Plus what does the future holds for Blink-182 and All Time Low?
Mark Hoppus responds to fans on Instagram live.
Mark has just confirmed on his Instagram livestream that new Blink stuff is coming June, but someone corrected him and said it isn’t the album, so maybe a single?
Unfortunately not April Fools joke. I’ll still be playing every show booked and this will be merely be a bump in the road for the next couple months.
Mark Hoppus from blink-182 and Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low formed Simple Creatures. While they are touring and visiting Philly, they stopped by Radio 104.5 before their show (and meeting Gritty) to talk to fans and answer a Q&A session.
Hi. We're Mark and Alex and this is Simple Creatures.