Mark Hoppus discussed his former Blink-182 bandmate Tom DeLonge in a new Pedestrian interview, and indicated there are no plans for him to come back.
“I think that Tom’s very happy doing his thing, and we are very happy doing our thing, and there’s no hard feelings and there’s no animosity or bad blood there, it’s just like I said; he’s doing his stuff, we’re doing ours.
I have not spoken to Tom since before ‘California’ came out. So not for a couple of years. But like I said before there’s no bad blood, it’s just we haven’t spoken.
I mean he’s dedicated so much of his life to [UFOs] and so much time and energy researching things and listening to people speak, and talking about it himself, that it would seem like a total bummer if he didn’t get a chance to fly into outer space and see for himself.”
Blink-182 are set to play at the Warped Tour 25th anniversary show in June.
“JUNE 29+30 • ATLANTIC CITY, NJ⠀
Set to a backdrop of sun, sand, and surf, we will celebrate our 25th Anniversary with a special two-day extravaganza on the beach in Atlantic City!⠀
🎟 tickets on sale now⠀