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blink-182’s Mark Hoppus Is On The New McFly Single, Growing Up

Well I guess this is growing up…’

After featuring on pop-rock supergroup McBusted’s self-titled debut album back in 2014, blink-182s Mark Hoppus has once again written and recorded with the band – only this time it’s McFly without the Busted part.

The bassist and vocalist features on new single Growing Up, providing his unmistakable voice and writing talents to the track – which is taken from McFly’s first studio album in 10 years, Young Dumb Thrills.

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As well as an uplifting chorus that reassures listeners, There’s not much we can do about growin’ old / But plenty we can do about growin’ up,’ this feels like a pretty nice little nod to blink’s iconic 1997 single Dammit in which Mark famously sings, Well I guess this is growing up.’

The blink man announced back in May that he has been working on new music in quarantine, with the pop-punks recently releasing a single called, er, Quarantine.

Listen to Growing Up below:

Posted on September 4th 2020, 1:37p.m.
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