Blink-182's "Dance With Me" Video Writes a Love Letter to the Ramones

Blink-182 has dropped off the fourth single from their upcoming ninth studio album, One More Time. The track, titled “Dance With Me,” arrives alongside a music video directed by The Malloys that offers “a love letter to the Ramones,” per a release.

The song’s visual sees Blink-182 remake several of the legendary punk band’s most memorable interviews, videos and photos, nodding to their signature style with leather jackets and shaggy wigs. Among the top moments, Blink-182 recreates the Ramones’ “I Wanna Be Sedated” music video and their 1981 interview on The Tomorrow Show. Additionally, the Mark Hoppus-led group cosplays as the Ramones on a ’70s New York City stage, inspired by the East Village’s iconic CBGB.

“Dance With Me” follows Blink-182’s previous One More Time single releases, which included “Edging,” “More Than You Know” and the record’s namesake track. The album, which is expected to release on October 20 via Viking Wizard Eyes, will mark the first of the band’s full-length efforts to include their full roster (Hoppus, Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker) since Neighborhoods, which was released in 2011.

Watch Blink-182’s “Dance With Me” music video above.

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