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Back in January, Blink-182 and pop/EDM duo The Chainsmokers revealed they were working on a track together. This week, during The Chainsmokers tour stop in L.A., the two acts came together on stage to debut the song live.
On Wednesday, Blink tweeted a brief video clip of the performance of the song, which is apparently titled, “P.S. I Hope You’re Happy.” It sounds a lot like, well, Blink-182 singing over a Chainsmokers track.
The Chainsmokers and Blink-182 first connected after the duo name-checked Blink in their monster hit with Halsey, “Closer,” in which they sing, “Play that Blink-182 song/That we beat to death in Tucson.” The song in question was later revealed to be “I Miss You.”
In other Blink-182 happenings, some fan with way too much time on their hands has created a stop-motion, shot-for-shot remake of the band’s “First Date” music video with LEGO.
It’s definitely worth watching, because it captures every detail of the original, from the milkshake the girl is drinking, to the “A**, Grass or Gas: Nobody Rides for Free” bumper sticker on the back of van.
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