blink-182’s All The Small Things As An Emo Song
In the great pantheon of pop-punk, blink-182 stand as one of the tallest pillars. Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and Tom DeLonge (now Matt Skiba) took their poptastic punk songs about rock shows, not knowing your own age and doing naughty things with dogs to the peak of the mainstream. And it was their track All The Small Things that cemented The Mark, Tom and Travis show as the ultimate fun-time band.
But what if the bounce was replaced by something more sombre and melancholic? Something, dare we say, more emo?
YouTuber SugarpillCovers has reimagined All The Small Things as an emo song and it sounds pretty effing good, to be honest. Armed with just their trusty blink-182-stickered guitar, SugarpillCovers says “everything sounds nice with a bit of added twinkle.” Do you agree?
Check out the full cover below. Although we are inclined to agree with commenter Anndy Negative who says “This would be hella kool with vocals.”
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