Blink-182 have followed up their reunion announcement by shooting a video together for 'something that no other band has done,' and the video can be peeked through its on-set photos.
Blink-182, who announced reunion at 2009 Grammy Awards on February 8, have been busy filming a video for "something." While the band haven't shared just yet what the video is shot for, several pictures taken from its shooting location have been put forward by vocalist Mark Hoppus through his blog, Pickrset.com.
"I can't say anything about this yet, but keep your eyes open ... ," so read a message posted by Mark in companion of the photos. The band's label, Interscope Records, also declined to give any explanation about the video.
Despite his message, Mark, however, has sent an e-mail to MTV, providing more details about what the video is filmed for. "It's definitely not what it seems to be. It's not really a music video shoot, and it's not really a movie shoot. It's something that no other band has done, and the technology behind it is ridiculous. I don't even know how to explain it," he claimed.
"I can tell you this ... when everything is finished, you won't be seeing a big green wall behind us," he continued. "It'll be a different shade of green, more of a forest-y green. But they have to do that digitally, as we couldn't find forest-green paint."
On-set photos of Blink-182's new video: