blink-182’s Mark Hoppus working on projects with All Time Low and Pete Wentz

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation 20th Annual A Time For Heroes Celebrity Carnival - Insideblink-182 bassist Mark Hoppus has spoken out about his projects with All Time Low and Pete Wentz.

He’s keeping very quiet about it all, but let a few details slip during an interview at All Time Low’s release party for Straight To DVD.

“That band is still trying to figure out its name,” Hoppus said of the project with All Time Low. “As of this week it’s called City, State. I’m producing it and I will support them as much as I can.”

He also discussed his “top secret” project with Wentz. “There’s some stuff that I’m working on,” Hoppus said. “Some stuff with Pete, some stuff—I’m not at liberty to say right now. The things I’m working on with Pete involve—all I can say right now is that it involves underwater creatures.”

But don’t worry blink-182 fans, Mark made it very clear that blink-182 is his main priority.

He said: “Blink’s definitely my number one priority.”