Blink-182 gave some local heroes a shoutout during a recent live show in Canada, briefly covering a Simple Plan classic.
Mark Hoppus sang a refrain from ‘I’d Do Anything’ during ‘Dammit’, the closing song of their set in Montreal over the weekend (May 12). Hoppus of course famously appeared on the song, taken from Simple Plan’s debut album ‘No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls’.
Check out footage of the moment below:
‘I’d Do Anything’ hit No.51 on the Billboard Hot 100 back in 2002 and has since been certified Gold in the US for 500,000 units sold.
Pierre Bouvier and Chuck Comeau told us about their experience of working with Mark on the song as they celebrated the 20th anniversary of their debut album last year. Check out that interview clip below:
Blink-182’s reunion tour with Tom DeLonge continues across the US before a run of UK dates this September and October. They will also headline When We Were Young Festival in Las Vegas this October.