Watch Mark Hoppus & Linkin Park Perform ‘Numb’ Together, Bathe Us All In Nostalgia

A moment of pure noughties nostalgia has been captured on video, showing Blink-182 bassist Mark Hoppus and No Doubt’s Adrian Young teaming up with Linkin Park to perform their 2003 teen angst classic, Numb.

The nostalgia fest took place at Linkin Park’s Music For Relief benefit show in California over the weekend, and saw happy-dad Hoppus bounce around the stage with Chester Bennington and company, gleefully knocking out the track for those lucky enough to be in attendance. Relive all the magic, below.

This year’s Music For Relief show also saw appearances from DJ Steve Aoki, Helmet’s Page Hamilton, Conner Youngblood and SNOH. Music For Relief was created in 2005, and has gone on to raise over USD$7 million for disaster relief and climate change action.

Watch: Linkin Park – Numb (Feat. Mark Hoppus & Adrian Young) At Music For Relief

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Linkin Park, Adrian Young from No Doubt and my man Mr. Hoppus performing at Music for Relief. @musicforrelief

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