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Blink-182 Share Personal Music Video For "Home Is Such A Lonely Place"

by Matt   Jun 7, 2017 10:12 AM EDT

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Back in April of 2016, the iconic rock band Blink-182 returned with their brand new anthem titled “Bored To Death.” The single was an instant hit and it later was on the band's new album 'California.' The album, the band's seventh studio album, was released July 1st 2016 and since then, has taken over the world.

The album has been so popular that the guys decided to release a Deluxe Edition of the album. And in the middle of last month, that's exactly what the guys did as the added 11 new tracks for the Deluxe Edition of their California Album.

And now the guys are currently on tour where they are bringing their amazing tunes (new and old) to fans around the world. But before they went on tour, the guys had a really creative idea for the music video for their single "Home Is Such A Lonely Place."

Directed by Jason Goldwatch and produced by DECON, the music video for "Home Is Such A Lonely Place" is compiled of a bunch of home movies of Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and Matt Skiba. For the video, Super 8 cameras were used to capture the guys interacting with their family and friends as they got ready to leave to tour the world. This is what the guys had to say about the music video:

"The video for "Home is Such a Lonely Place" was probably the easiest we’ve ever filmed. All we had to do was be ourselves at home with our family and friends, as we prepared to leave for tour. Consequently, it's also our most personal and honest videos, and one of my favorites."

So you can check out the amazing music video above, stream the full Deluxe Edition of California below, and check out the band's tour dates right here.

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