"Let's get high and look for UFOS."

So illustrates Travis Barker of a typical suggestion his one-time blink-182 bandmate Tom Delonge would utter to him on tour. In fact, the once and current blink drummer says that, back in the day, he and DeLonge would partake in various substances to fuel their sleepless UFO searches. All from the comfort of the blink-182 tour bus, of course.

"He used to get loaded and just look out the bus window," Barker tells comedian Joe Rogan as a recent guest on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast. "And I used to do it with him as, I don't know, kind of a bonding experience."

Watch the part of the interview, below.

Read more: New 2019 emojis have yawns, dogs, more blood

"With Tom, that was his thing," Barker adds. "Like, fucking let's get high and look for UFOs. So we would! We'd just sit there and, like, stare out the bus window, look at UFOs. He would even go as far as, when we were on tour, like, 'Let's go and fucking look for Bigfoot.' Whatever it was, you know? He would assemble a crew and they would go do it."

But does the drummer actually believe in the extraterrestrial beings he once sought with DeLonge? While Barker confirms he never attended one of the Angels & Airwaves singer's apparent Bigfoot trips, he doesn't deny that aliens might exist.

"I feel like it could be real," he tells Rogan. "I believe. But I'm not dedicating my life to search for it, you know? And I give it to him, man. To, like, honestly ... to walk away from your fucking very successful band to go do that shit? ... I have nothing but respect for his passion. But I couldn't do that. It really shows, like, he's very, very passionate about it."


"He's deadass," Barker says. "He is fucking deadass."

What do you think? Sound off in the comments.

See more: 10 pop-punk shows we wish we could have gone to

[envira-gallery id="194483"]