Blink-182 noticed that quite a few of their fans have used the band's music in YouTube videos without permission.
Turns out, that's just fine with them. In fact, they used the clips as inspiration for their new music video.
To launch our first single in eight years, AT&T helped us search YouTube for every instance of fans using our music without our permission. And then we rewarded them for it. This film is made out of clips from all those videos.
The video is for Blink's "Up All Night," which will be on the band's upcoming album "Neighborhoods," scheduled for a September release.
As The Huffington Post noted back in July, the lyrics for the single are surprisingly mature and melancholic, given the band's pop-punk sunshine roots.
WATCH the video below:
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