Orlando Pop-Punk Outfit 408 Get Naked In The Streets, Teaming Up With Kellin Quinn and Magnolia Park‘s Joshua Roberts To Pay Homage To blink-182 In New Video For “Mark Hoppus”
“One day I’ll be cool like Mark Hoppus. Blame it on my youth like punk rock shit,” sings a naked 408 bassist/vocalist Mark Faroudi as he terrorizes the streets of Orlando.
Alternative/pop-punk four-piece 408 have teamed up with Kellin Quinn and Joshua Roberts from Magnolia Park to pay homage to blink-182 on the new single “Mark Hoppus.”. The music video for the track playfully parodies the blink-182 classic “What’s My Age Again?” with members of 408 running wild in nothing more than their birthday suits.
“This song was an ode to the G.O.A.T. We wanted to exemplify a song that paid homage to Mark Hoppus, as he has always been one of our biggest influences,” said 408 bassist/vocalist Mark Faroudi. “I discovered blink-182 when I was young, and that just got me hooked and has really become my life mantra. We wanted to do a genre mash-up on this one, so we mashed together Juice WRLD style trap and current pop-punk with the help of Joshua Roberts and Kellin Quinn to create something unique.”
Magnolia Park‘s Joshua Roberts added, “Mark taught me to fight even when the odds were against me. So excited to be a part of this track with 408 and Kellin!”
Kellin Quinn said “408, Magnolia Park and Kellin Quinn! You know it’s a smash! Honored to be a part of this track!”
408 has also announced they have signed with Regime Music Group and BreakSilence Recordings to release their debut album later this year, joining the California-based label which has released classic albums from luminaries such as Unwritten Law, Authority Zero, and Eyes Set To Kill.