Mark Hoppus Shares Adorable Throwback Baby Pic

By Katrina Nattress

August 2, 2020

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Mark Hoppus has been making us feel nostalgic on social media lately with throwback pictures from the blink-182 (with Tom DeLonge) days, and over the weekend he threw it back even farther — to when he was a baby.

"I need to start dressing like this again," the singer/bassist captioned an adorable Instagram picture of himself as a lil tike, striking a pose in some stylish OshKosh B'Gosh striped overalls, a denim jacket and infant sneakers. Honestly, we think he could pull off the look now. (We'd love to see him try.)

Check out baby Mark in all his swagger below.

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I need to start dressing like this again.

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Entertaining social media posts aren't all Mark has to offer fans during lockdown. He's also hinted that blink was working on music remotely, which Travis Barker recently confirmed. During an interview, he teased the project, saying he hopes it'll be out by the end of summer. The drummer also said their new song "Quarantine" was "gonna come out really, really soon” after originally revealing it was in the works a couple months ago.

“It’ll be a blink favorite," Barker gushed about the track. "It’ll be like all our fan favorites. It’s incredible.”

Producer John Feldmann also recently revealed the band is "getting in touch with their roots" while writing new music. "The songs we have been working on have been super classic blink and I can’t be more excited," he said. "With Nine the band wanted to experiment with a bunch of different sounds and programming and push the envelope forwards. They didn’t just want to remake California, which I totally understand as artists not wanting to just redo an album that was so successful for them."

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