Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus Releases New Single To Help Dogs Affected By Hurricane Harvey

Written by Zanda Wilson on 14th September, 2017

Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus Releases New Single To Help Dogs Affected By Hurricane Harvey

Mark Hoppus is the latest celebrity to get behind charity efforts for those affected by the recent Hurricane Harvey in the USA, releasing a song to help raise funds for dogs affected by the storm.

As Billboard reports, Hoppus teamed up with fellow Blink-182 bandmate Travis Barker and Goldfinger singer and guitarist John Feldman for the single, titled ‘Not Every Dog Goes To Heaven.’

The track was inspired by the 1983 comedic film starring Chevy Chase called National Lampoon’s Vacation.

The single appears on a full record called Dog Songs, from which the entire proceeds go to the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

We last copped new music from Blink-182 as a full band came in May this year on the deluxe edition of California; a track titled ‘Wildfire.’

Check out the new track below.


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