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The godfathers of pop-punk join us in the NME studio to talk about their latest album, 'Nine', their relationship with former singer Tom DeLonge and the art of growing old disgracefully.
In this 10 Topics interview from AltPress 369, blink-182's percussive force and hip-hop mixmaster dishes on the problems with drummers, YUNGBLUD and who would be onstage if Comedy Central ever roasted him.
Mark Hoppus is the singer, bassist, and founding member of the band Blink-182. In this episode, Mark speaks about Blink-182’s meteoric rise from the San Diego punk scene to hitting #1 on MTV and watching his dreams come true. Mark also speaks about the thrills and anxieties of touring, approaching one’s creativity with humor and heart, co-hosting a television show with Amy Schumer, and why he still loves playing “All The Small Things.” Now a Harvard-Westlake parent, Mark credits his enormously supportive family, drummer Travis Barker, and producer Jerry Finn as profound influences on his life and career.