Mark Hoppus, bassist for pop punk outfit, Blink-182, recently revealed in an interview with Billboard that they “forgot about the physical product,” when it cam to releasing their latest EP, Dogs Eating Dogs.
You can check out the whole interview here, and an excerpt below:
After a five-year separation, the trio reunited in 2011 and last year self-funded the EP Dogs Eating Dogs, which dropped as a digital-only release last December. The decision to release the track online wasn’t so much built into a new media plan, but was rooted in “laziness,” he joked. “We rushed to get the EP recorded, mixed and mastered in time for its release. Then we had a holiday, and forgot about the physical product. We are not good businessmen,” he admitted. “We don’t think like that. We didn’t get a physical product out because we were too lazy to print them up.”