Mark Hoppus define as "experimental" the next blink-182 album


According to a recent interview with NME, the next blink-182 album will be more experimental than "California". Mark Hoppus, singer and bassist of the band states:
"We’ve already started talking about what we think the next album should. It’s been in very broad terms. We haven’t written any new songs yet. Every new song we wrote for "California" and the deluxe edition is out now. We’re going to start fresh next year"

"I think this album ("California") took Blink back to its roots and what it’s all about, and I think on the next record, we want to push that boundary again. We’ll keep the core of blink-182 but we’ll get a little more experimental. Kind of like what we did on the untitled record, which we’re all really proud of. It still sounded like Blink and had that Blink feeling, but it was different and a little more thought out."
Click here to read the entire interview.
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