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Mark Hoppus Reveals New Music Plans

Mark Hoppus has a new musical project on the horizon, check it out here to find out more!

Credit: PR

Credit: PR

Mark Hoppus, one third of pop-punk band blink-182 has announced his brand new music project via Twitter.

The bassist revealed that he has been working with his long-time friend and collaborator Chris Holmes to create his latest project, Nothing and Nobody. While waiting to record the upcoming and much-anticipated blink-182 album, Hoppus took to the studio to write, record and produce his new music under the name of Nothing and Nobody.

Hoppus announced the project in a series of Tweets, which read:

“While travis and i have waited for blink-182 to get back into the studio this past year, i started working on a project with my friend chris who has worked on grammy award-winning albums, and been my collaborator and confidant for many years. at this point we have nearly 25 songs in various stages of completion. the first project we worked on is a remix of a nova rockafeller song and in the not-too-distance future, will release our album. the band is called “Nothing and Nobody.” @nothingxnobody is the official twitter and you can follow chris holmes at @holmeswashere. more to come. watch this space. thank you for your time.”

The first track revealed from Nothing and Nobody is a remix of Nova Rockafeller’s ‘1990s‘, which can be heard below.

blink-182 planned to release their seventh studio album this year, although this seems to have been delayed. They will be headlining Reading and Leeds Festival in August this year.

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