How punk of you, Blink-182, flying the flag of anarchy! And fly that flag does in the new video for lead Neighborhoods single "Up All Night," with suburban arson, living room half-pipes and copious quantities of teenage ruckus. There's a costumed wall of death, for cryin' out loud.
It's certainly cool to see Tom DeLonge and Mark Hoppus trading off mic duties again, and Travis Barker pounding the skins in a tiny kitchen doesn't hurt, either. But the big question is: "Up All Night" is Blink-182's first video in six years -- does it hit the spot? You tell us.