Inside Blink-182 and BMG's No.1 album campaign

Coral Williamson

Pop-punk, according to Mark Hoppus, is going through a “resurgence”. The singer and bassist of Blink-182 – and its only remaining founding member – tells Music Week: “Music is very cyclical, especially in the mainstream, and people are excited to hear rock music. Guitars are coming back. I see a lot of up-and-coming young guitar-driven bands and that’s really exciting - bands like Milk Teeth or Moose Blood.”

That’s all very well and good – but in such an exuberant ...

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