Mark Hoppus of blink-182 recently spoke to AbsolutePunk, where he opened up about +44 and his reconnection with their guitarist Shane Gallagher. Hoppus states that +44 have no plans to make a new record, but is open to the possibility of the band reuniting:
“I have a special place in my heart for the +44 record. I’m really, really proud of that album. I’m proud of the work that we did. I like listening to it. I think every song has its own strengths. I really hold that album in a special place. I would love to do more +44 stuff. Actually, Travis and I just reconnected with Shane on this last tour and hung out with him for a while. He said he had some song ideas that he wanted to show Travis. I don’t know if that leads to another album or what, but I would love to keep that opportunity open for the future, although I don’t have any plans for it right now.”
+44 last released their only studio album, When Your Heart Stops Beating, in 2006. The band has been on hiatus since then.
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