Carrie Underwood and Machine Gun Kelly; Photos Courtesy of Apple Music and MTV
Carrie Underwood and Machine Gun Kelly; Photos Courtesy of Apple Music and MTV

Carrie Underwood’s Been Enjoying Machine Gun Kelly’s New Album As It Reminds Her Of Blink-182 And She’s A Huge Fan

Carrie Underwood says that she has been enjoying Machine Gun Kelly’s pop-punk album, Tickets To My Downfall, as it is reminiscent of Blink-182 and she was a huge fan of them in high school.

In a recent interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, Underwood talked about her holiday record, My Gift, Christmas traditions, supporting female artists and her holiday playlist which revealed a shocking album that she listens to often.

Underwood revealed that she has been thoroughly enjoying Machine Gun Kelly’s No. 1 album, Tickets To My Downfall, especially the song “drunk face.”

“Well, I think Travis Barker definitely kind of played so much of himself into it, and I was a huge blink-182 fan in High School.” Underwood explained to Apple Music host Lowe. “So, you can just hear those moments that if blink was now, and I know that they’re still making music but if they just kind of started and were kind of doing their new thing right now, I feel that’s a lot what it would sound like.”

The “Drinking Alone” singer says that she really likes the “recklessness” of the lyrics on Tickets To My Downfall and continues to gush that she really enjoys the record.

“I just kind of like the kind of recklessness of some of the lyrics and I have enjoyed that record,” Underwood gushed.

Other artists on the Apple Music playlist include In This Moment, 24KGoldn feat. Iann Dior, Chris Stapleton, Foo Fighters, Keith Urban, P!NK, Ashley McBryde and many more alongside several track from her first-ever Christmas album, My Gift.

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