What do you get when you have two seriously talented musicians in one room together? Well, besides a bunch of fans practically fainting at the sight, you also get one really epic picture. 

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In Celebration of Debby Ryan's birthday, Blink-182's Mark Hoppus shared a sweet photo of him and a few others hanging out to celebrate the occasion. The best part? Twenty One Pilot's Josh Dun was also there, and the picture Hoppus posted has our hearts melting. 

It looks like we're not the only ones excited about the moment, see some of the best responses below! 

^^Yeah, all of these responses are literally all of us right now.

We were beyond excited to see the two hanging out together, and we can't help but wonder where our invite was? It's okay though, we completely forgive Hoppus and Dun for not inviting us to the get-together, especially after Hoppus' recent news regarding new Blink-182 music. 

As previously reported, Blink-182 is back in the studio. Hoppus and Travis Barker recently posted teasers on Snapchat of themselves in the studio, with Hoppus posting a snap of Barker laying down some beats paired with the caption “New Blink-182 Songs, Day One.”

Hoppus recently shared another update on the record, teasing what fans can expect from the new tracks. According to the bass player, the songs sound like a continuation of 2001's Take Off Your Pants And Jacket.

“Early days still but the newest blink-182 songs sound like they pick up where Take Off Your Pants and Jacket left off,” he wrote on Twitter.

We're beyond stoked for new music from Blink-182, and it looks like Twenty One Pilots' is also teasing something

After they announced their hiatus last July by posting assorted lyrics and a photo of a closing eye, fans have been eagerly awaiting new music, and it looks like the band has been teasing the theme of their next record with a series of updates, posted on dmaorg.info.

While we can't be too sure of what TOP is doing, we can only hope that they'll be ending their hiatus and announcing their new record soon.

Either way, we can't wait to hear new music from both bands, and our hearts are beyond happy that the two hung out. Who knows, maybe one day we'll get the collab of our dreams from the pair?