Travis Barker drums with carrots in PETA video

ABC/Alycia MonacoTravis Barker and his 11-year-old daughter Alabama star in a new People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals campaign, urging people to "make some noise for animals" and "never be silent." In a video for the campaign, the Blink-182 member jams on drums using carrots for sticks. You can watch the video now on YouTube.

All the members of Blink-182 are either vegan or vegetarian. Last year, PETA named the pop-punk trio the Most Animal-Friendly Band of 2016.

This spring, Blink-182 will embark on a North American headlining tour in support of their new album, California. The outing kicks off March 22 in Austin, Texas.

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