Blink-182 released their long awaited single 'Up All Night' a few weeks back and have just released a video for the track. They went the unconventional route and rewarded everyone on the internet illegally using their music by including them in the montage style video.

Where most bands would turn up their noses at people illegally using their music, Blink-182 have approved it. They uploaded a video to YouTube for their song 'Up All Night' that is comprised of videos that feature their music illegally. Chances are that if you uploaded a video featuring a Blink-182 track and didn't get written consent, you're in the montage somewhere. The band joked on their Twitter page, "Here's the film festival you didn't know you entered."

The new album 'Neighborhoods' is due September 27th and the band is currently on tour with My Chemical Romance.