Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus Made A Song For Dogs Affected By Hurricane Harvey
Hurricane Harvey has had an absolutely devastating effect all around the city of Houston. The streets are tremendously flooded, people have lost their homes, and tragically, some have even lost their lives. One result of Harvey is that many dogs have been displaced from their homes and owners, which definitely pulls the heart strings of anyone with a pet. While volunteers from all across the country have been stepping up to help out their fellow Americans victimized by the storm, one artist is making sure the pooches aren’t getting overlooked.
Enter Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus.
The Blink co-frontman just came out with a new song called “Not Every Dog Goes To Heaven", which is part of the compilation album "Dog Songs". Proceeds will be going to support the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, as well as dogs who have been affected by Harvey. Much respect for that.
You can take a listen to the song below. See if you can get the National Lampoon’s Vacation reference!
NOTE: *Contains NSFW lyrics*
Source: Alternative Press