Listen to Blink-182 and The Chainsmokers’ ‘P.S. I Hope You’re Happy’ collaboration

The two artists debuted their track live last month

Blink-182 and The Chainsmokers have released their unlikely collaboration ‘P.S. I Hope You’re Happy’ — you can listen to the track below.

The two artists debuted the track during The Chainsmokers’ LA gig on November 26 after first announcing their intention to work together all the way back in January.

The world now has the chance to finally hear the finished studio version of ‘P.S. I Hope You’re Happy’ after its Burn & Broad-directed lyric video was released. Check it out below.

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The track features on The Chainsmokers’ recently released third album, ‘World War Joy’. The record also includes collaborations with the likes of 5 Seconds of Summer, Ty Dolla $ign and Bebe Rexha.

Blink’s collaboration with the New York duo comes shortly after their guest feature on the posthumous new XXXTentacion album ‘Bad Vibes Forever’.

And just last week, Blink released the not-very-festive ‘Not Another Christmas Song’. The track was accompanied by a surprisingly violent claymation video which is set inside Father Christmas’ workshop.

Last month Blink-182’s 2000 live album, ‘The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show (The Enema Strikes Back!)’, was finally made available to listen to on streaming services.

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Back in September, the trio released their eighth studio album ‘Nine’.

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