Shark, who has already been praised for her talents by former Blink-182 member Tom DeLonge, has shared a photo of herself and Hoppus on socials, along with the caption, “I’ve idolized Blink-182 my whole life. Today I hung out with Mark Hoppus! Music can change your life, Music is Life.”
She’s also taken to Twitter to confirm the pair are indeed making music together, while also posting some in-studio photos to her Instagram story.
I’m making music with Mark fucking Hoppus
— Amy Shark (@amyshark) January 16, 2018
The pair also appear to be in the personal studio of Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl (better known as 606 Studio), which contains the following magnificent painting:
The collaboration comes after it was revealed that Shark and Tom DeLonge were talking about a possible collaboration last year, and now that Hoppus is involved, IS AMY SHARK GETTING THE BEST BLINK-182 LINEUP BACK TOGETHER??
Nah, probably not. But we can dream.