Blink-182’s New Music Video Is Made Exclusively From YouTube Clips That Featured Their Music Without Permission

I’ve never been much of a Blink-182 fan, but this is really cool. The band has just released the music video to their first single in years, “Up All Night,” and to reward their fans, they’ve made it exclusively from clips people have posted to YouTube that used their music without permission. It’s really cool to see a band not lash out at people using their music creatively, but endorse it in such a loud way. The song isn’t bad either.

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