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BLINK-182 YEARNS FOR "HAPPY DAYS"

California rockers blink-182 enlisted their army of fans for a new video for their single “Happy Days.” The video comes nearly two weeks after the band went on a social media search for footage, and is a montage of how fans are spending their time social distancing, intercut with clips of the band performing the song from their own homes.

The Grammy-nominated band’s latest album, NINE, on Columbia, includes additional singles “I Really Wish I Hated You,” “Darkside,” “Generational Divide” and “Blame It On My Youth.”

Since their origin in 1992 in San Diego, blink-182 have sold over 50m albums and performed for audiences around the world, becoming a defining rock band of their generation. The band's current lineup is Mark Hoppus on vocals/bass, Travis Barker on drums and Matt Skiba on vocals/guitar.

Peep the inspirational new clip below:

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