Blink-182 Spoofs Boy Bands With New Video

With Blink-182's new album, "Enema of the State," sailing past the million mark in sales, the band has just shot a new video for "All the Small Things," the follow-up single to "What's My Age Again?"

The video for "Small Things" was shot on August 5 and 6 on location at the Van Nuys Airport and Santa Monica Beach by Marcos Siega, the same director behind the nudist-lovin' clip for "What's My Age Again?"

In the new video, the guys spoof the current rage in boy bands, dressing in boy band-drag as members of the Backstreet Boys, 'N Sync, and 98 Degrees.

With the completion of the video, Blink-182 plans to take the next few weeks off before launching a headlining tour of the U.S. in October.