Because who better to explain 'FANDOM' than the lads in Waterparks?
Before you ask, of course their cover from 'Punk Goes Crunk' makes an appearance.
Mark Hoppus is a man of many talents. Aside from carving out a legacy as one of pop-punk's forefathers he is also pretty handy behind the production desk. Here are some albums that have his fingerprints all over them.
Pop-punk legend. King of Twitter. Is there anything Mark Hoppus can't do? Well add to the list deliver a killer guest vocal on someone else's song. Here are his absolute best.
“I think this is a pivotal year for us.” - Chrissy Costanza.
“We don’t exist without our fans, and I don’t want to exist without them!”
More sad bops.
His wrestling career is really, really taking off.
Keen. On. This.
Yungblud On His Fans: “If You Feel Like You Don’t Belong Anywhere, This Is Exactly Where You Belong”
Yungblud has shot to superstardom in what feels like the blink of an eye - and part of the reason for that success has been his relationship with his fans.
Awsten, Geoff and Otto take on the challenge once again...
Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley is going pretty steady these days. From that stability, he's crafted 'Order In Decline' - a vicious, emotice, accidental commentary on the state of the world.
The follow-up to 'Burst & Decay' is on the way.
Make your voice HEARD.
Who has to know?
So, we all believe the hype huh?
His legacy continues.
Time to shake things up.
“‘Old Wounds’ is actually a love song, written with that full intention from the start." - Lynn Gunn.