Blink-182 And Fans Have Quarantine Jam Session In 'Happy Days' Video

Blink-182 has released its video for “Happy Days” and it features a ton of fans (famous ones too!) showing off their quarantine activities, playing air guitar, and trying to keep up with classes.

From Zoom calls with their friends, to jamming out to the song on drums, blink managed to create a fun and uplifting video during these weird and uncertain times. 

“This is how you make the quarantine a better lifestyle. Awesome and rad song,” one fan wrote on Instagram. While another commented, “Dang y’all got me with the feels watching this.” 

If you look close enough, you can also see some familiar faces pop up including Machine Gun Kelly, Jackass alum Steve-O, and more! 

As for the guys, you can check them out in the video wearing full makeshift Hazmat gear, doing puzzles, hanging by the pool, and of course, doing what they do best: play music.

Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker, and Matt Skiba also pay tribute to healthcare workers on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic with clips of nurses and doctors blowing off some steam to the track.

“Thank you to everyone who helped make this video. Stay home. Stay safe,” the band posted on Instagram.

Aside from making an incredible music video, the blink guys are staying busy. Hoppus recently hosted a Twitch livestream with his son Jack where they raised $5,000 for Children's Hospital LA and Barker teamed up with MGK via video chat for an epic Paramore cover

Photo: Getty Images

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