Mark Hoppus calls new Blink-182 album “a combination” of their older albums

Mark Hoppus calls new Blink-182 album “a combination” of their older albums

Blink-182 bassist and co-frontman Mark Hoppus has promised fans the band’s new album Neighborhoods is “a combination” of all the band’s previous records. He tells, NME:

“To me it sounds like a combination of all our records, there are songs that could have been on ‘Dude Ranch’, there are songs that could have on our last record [2003’s self titled]. Overall, it combines everything we’ve done before and takes a step forward after that.”

Neighborhoods, which is the band’s first since the 2003 self-titled album, drops in two weeks.

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