Plus 44 on Alternative Press

Plus 44 on Alternative Press
"We draw from so many places. Every song is different from the one before it," says Mark Hoppus about Plus 44, his new electronic-tinged vehicle with longtime comrade, Travis Barker. "Everything has gone though so many permeations, I can't wait until [the album] gets out there so people can finally hear it." Aiding Hoppus and Barker are Shane Gallagher (the Nervous Return) and monster guitarist Craig "Craig-Leg" Fairbaugh (Mercy Killers, the Forgotten, Transplants, Bastards). The album-parts of which were recorded in Barker's basement and Hoppus' dining room-is tentatively titled after a European euphemism for orgasm. "There's a line in the song that goes 'A little death makes life more meaningful'," says Hopus. "That line has a lot of meaning to me, because of everything that's happened over the past couple of years-and of course, the double entendre of making out with my wife."

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