Blink-182 releases new music video for ‘Home is Such a Lonely Place’, directed by Jason Goldwatch.
Los Angeles, Tuesday, June 6th 2017
After delivering one of the most anticipated albums of 2016, the boys are back with a new video for their song, Home is Such a Lonely Place, directed by Jason Goldwatch. The video is out now, with 3 additional solo videos of each member to follow in the next week (June 14th, 15th, and 16th).
Link to video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=czAKwUT-s_Q&feature=youtu.be
“The video for Home is Such a Lonely Place was probably the easiest we’ve ever filmed. All we had to do was be ourselves at home with our family and friends, as we prepared to leave for tour. Consequently, it’s also our most personal and honest videos, and one of my favorites.” – Mark Hoppus
“My idea was to find the intimacy and honesty that was written into the fabric of the song. Blink videos raised me, and there was always a fascinating self-aware wink that held an understated genius inside of their visuals, and inside of all of their work. Shooting this on a Super 8mm captures the raw side of them, a way we haven’t seen them before.” – Jason Goldwatch
The trio topped the Billboard 200 chart as California debuted at number one. Two songs off the album, Bored to Death and She’s Out of Her Mind both hit number one at Alternative Rock radio. The band successfully headlined their sold out summer tour in the states and will continue touring throughout 2017 in addition to Blinkin Park shows with Linkin Park in July (dates below). The deluxe edition of California is available now with 11 new songs.
Since their humble beginnings twenty-five years ago, when they started playing in a San Diego garage, ‘blink-182’ have sold over fifty million albums worldwide and rocked audiences from Adelaide to Zurich having become one of the defining rock bands of their generation. They combine high-energy dynamics with an artistic ambition that transcends any genre. Now with Matt Skiba (of Alkaline Trio) joining ‘blink-182’ as singer/guitarist, the group starts a new chapter.
Jul 03: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Jul 04: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
Jul 05: Leeds First Direct Arena
Jul 07: Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
Jul 09: Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Jul 11: Glasgow SSE Hydro
Jul 14: Manchester Arena
Jul 15: Liverpool Echo Arena
Jul 17: Bournemouth International Centre
Jul 19: London O2 Arena Jul 20: London O2 Arena
Jul 28: Blinkin Park –
Citi Field, New York
Jul 30: Blinkin Park – Hershey Park Stadium, Pennsylvania
Aug 4: Lollapalooza – Grant Park, Chicago