Tom DeLonge Parodies Himself In Sing-Along Video To blink-182's I Miss You

Watch Tom DeLonge join in a sing-along to blink-182's I Miss You, parodying the Hollywood Imagine video that went viral last month.

Tom DeLonge Parodies Himself In Sing-Along Video To blink-182's I Miss You

We've already seen members of the rock and metal scene poke fun at that Imagine video from last month, in which Hollywood stars like Gal Gadot, Natalie Portman and Will Ferrell joined forces (for some inexplicable reason) to sing along to John Lennon's Imagine.

Following this, Dr. Dog's Eric Slick, Pedro The Lion's David Bazan, Mac DeMarco and more made their own version, singing along in perfect Tom DeLonge-style to blink-182's huge 2003 single I Miss You.

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Finally, six days later, the frontman not only spotted the video – he also then recorded his own submission.

"Just adding to all the peeps singing our song…" he tweeted alongside a gloriously over-the-top impersonation of himself. You're a good sport, sir.

Watch the original I Miss You sing-along below:

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This isn't the first time that Tom has thrown things back to his blink days. In June last year, the frontman filmed himself lip-syncing along to I Miss You while in a restaurant, perfectly nailing his iconic ‘voice inside my yeeeeaddddddd’ line.


In other news, Angels & Airwaves got back in the studio in February to continue working on new music.

“This next record is probably going to be the best of my life,” the singer and guitarist told us late last year. “I have a lot to say, and I’ve been gone for a while, so I feel like I’m more prolific a songwriter than I’ve ever been. Angels & Airwaves aren’t pigeonholed into any one particular sound, and our fans are absolutely feverish about what we do and the message of the band. They really support who we are, so it’s a really great spot to be in.”

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