Mark Hoppus, Pierre Bouvier, Alex Gaskarth to Work on Music

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It’s like our pop-punk hearts swelled up as we read that Mark Hoppus of blink-182 , Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low, and Pierre Bouvier of Simple Plan would be working on some music together. the news came from Alter the Press and at the time just looked like a rumor with a high chance of actually being true. All three of the musicians have worked with each other before.

When the article had been published, Hoppus took to Twitter to let the publication know that they were on the right track with the news, but that the three of them weren’t just writing a song.

Instead, the tweet let the world know that Simple Plan were the ones recording a new album and that he and Gaskarth would be recording WITH the “Just a Kid” band, not just with Bouvier.

https://twitter.com/markhoppus/status/512288257510354944

Ah, one of the threesomes our teenaged-selves fantasized about.

In the event we couldn’t take Hoppus’ word serious, because you know he is kind of joker, Bouvier took to Instagram to announced the news with a picture of himself. The caption on the social media site relayed a similar message as Hoppus’ that Simple Plan would be recording with the blink-182 bassist and All Time low frontman.

Earlier this year, it was confirmed that the band would be heading back into the studio and that 3OH!3 would somehow be involved. Sean Foreman, one half of the Colorado act posted the information on his Instagram. Drummer Chuck Comeau confirmed the news as well as that the new record should be released during the second half of 2015.

Now, all we can do is sit back and wonder what this track is going to sound like, considering everyone that has been attached to this record are a bunch of clown and jokers.

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