Mark Hoppus tells the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that the lengthy Blink-182 hiatus was in large part because of the need he, Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker had to get comfortable again as friends and bandmates. “I think it took awhile to get to that point,” Hoppus said. “I think it took, first of all, reconnecting as friends after not having spoken for about five years. And then it took getting back into the studio as well as getting back out on the road.”
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