'It doesn't sound like a traditional rock band': Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth on Simple Creatures

George Garner

In truth, Alex Gaskarth still finds it a bit hard to fathom that he’s in Simple Creatures. This, folks, has everything to do with the fact that said band – one of the most exciting new rock acts to emerge in 2019 – is an act he co-founded with Blink-182’s bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus. You could call it a dream come true, but that would probably be under-egging that particular pudding.

You see, long before Gaskarth shepherded his own band, Baltimore ...

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