Mark Hoppus: “New Blink-182 Sounds Like Where Take Off Your Pants And Jacket Left Off”

blink-182‘s Mark Hoppus has spoken out about his band’s current studio sessions.

The legendary Cali punkers are currently in the early stages of working on a follow-up to 2016’s California, which served as the first album to feature Matt Skiba. Skiba famously replaced Tom DeLonge on guitar duties earlier that same year.

In a very simple tweet, Hoppus spoke of the band’s new music. He’s described it as sounding like “they pick up where Take Off Your Pants and Jacket left off”. Check out his tweet below.

Take Off Your Pants and Jacket is blink-182’s fourth studio album, having come out in 2001 and spawning the hit single likes of The Rock Show and First Date. When the band will put out new music is remains to be seen, but rumours suggest that the tail-end of 2018 could be when the follow-up to California might hit the airwaves.

Listen to Take Off Your Pants and Jacket classic The Rock Show below.