California punks The Offspring sprung onto stage at Jiffy Lube Live on Sunday, co-headlining the Never-Ending Summer Tour with 311. Jules McNamara snapped the band in performance!
The Offspring haven’t released a new album since 2012, they surely entertained with a catalog consisting of well-recognized gems like “Come Out and Play,” “Self-Esteem,” “Pretty Fly (for a White Guy),” and “Sharknado.”
Leading up to their summer tour together, The Offspring and 311 recorded a cover of a song by the other band. The Offspring covered 311’s 1996 hit, “Down,” while 311 covered The Offspring’s 1994 hit, “Self Esteem.” The Offspring also have a new single, “It Won’t Get Better,” and promise a new album later this year.
Listen to The Offspring cover “Down” by 311 on YouTube:
Here are some pictures of The Offspring performing at Jiffy Lube Live on Aug. 26, 2018. All photos copyright and courtesy of Jules McNamara with rights reserved to The Offspring.