Blink 182 promise better days ahead in Andrew Sandler's lockdown video for Happy Days.
Blink-182 'Darkside' by Andrew Sandler
Blink-182 are back. But in a step away from what we may expect from the Californian emo-rock stalwarts, Andrew Sandler's video for Darkside is a meme-worthy video of dancing school kids doing the Fortnite dance, backed by the band performing in the school auditorium.
Focusing almost exclusively on the dancers, the band are confident taking a backseat in Sandler's video - though their performance is just as energetic and exciting as when they first came onto the scene.
It's also charming, just a little bit of acceptable cheesiness that comes with a very fun video that's bursting at the seams with joy.
|Producer||Marco De Molina|
|Production Company||UnderWonder Content|
|Executive Producer||Frank Borin|
|Executive Producer||Ivanna Borin|
|Director of Photography||Maz Makhani|
|Post Producer||Max Colt|
|Director's Rep (US)||Nicole O'Connell|
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