Watch Travis Barker only using one arm while performing with +44

Travis Barker shares a throwback video of a tricky +44 performance on David Letterman… that he makes look very easy.

Watch Travis Barker only using one arm while performing with +44
Emily Carter

If you needed any more proof that Travis Barker is a total drumming machine, the sticksman has shared a video of an old performance where he could only play with one arm.

Having injured his right wrist, the drummer decided to make do as his awesome Californian supergroup +44 – completed by blink-182's Mark Hoppus, lead guitarist Shane Gallagher of The Nervous Return, and rhythm guitarist Craig Fairbaugh of Mercy Killers – played beloved 2006 single When Your Heart Stops Beating on David Letterman.

"This was fun!" Travis wrote as he shared a snippet of the throwback performance. Clearly he was unfazed about the injury, which reportedly occurred during a video shoot.

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So, so awesome.

Watch the full performance below:

In December 2019, Mark was asked if +44 would ever get back together one day, to which he responded, "Maybe – I would never say never."

The bassist added of When Your Heart Stops Beating, "That album holds such a special place in my life and in my memory. And the lyrics and the making of that album was a huge moment of me working through the death of blink-182 at the time, and that holds a really special place in my heart – so I would love to play it again at some point."

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