Blink 182 spread the love at Leeds Festival 2010
Pop punk legends are back
Graeme Johnston - 29 August 2010
In a chatty mood, Hoppus and vocalist Tom DeLonge messed around constantly during opening
songs such as 'Dumpweed' and 'Feeling This', proving they have not matured at all in the five years since
they last took to a stage.
'What's' My Age Again' saw Tom burping and shaking his bum, while Hoppus introduced classic track 'Stay Together For The Kids' as, "A sad one so put your bangs down like you're an emo kid."
DeLonge's constant drivel between and even during songs lead bassist Mark to whip the crowd into a mass chant of "Shut the fuck up, Tom!"
The pair's banter for 'All The Small Things' enjoyed the greatest laugh of the night as they thanked Jedward for letting them cover "their" track.
Tattooed drummer Travis Barker meanwhile took a back seat saying little, but not to be outdone it was a seat that rose 10 foot in the air atop his drum riser whilst spinning for his awesome encore-opening drum solo.
"This next song is our last," and with that and a stunning rendition of ‘Dammit’, the whirlwind of toilet jokes, burping and classic singalong pop punk was all done. Brilliant.
Blink 182 played:
The Rock Show
What's My Age Again
I Miss You
Stay Together For The Kids
Don't Leave Me
All The Small Things
Anthem Part 2