Tony Hawk Joins Goldfinger On-Stage to Sing “Superman”: Watch

In among the finest trick combos ever pulled, Goldfinger introduced out Tony Hawk to carry out “Superman,” their standout single that appeared on the unique Tony Hawk’s Professional Skater online game soundtrack.

The skateboarding legend joined the veteran ska band on-stage at their present in Anaheim, California on January 14th, and was launched by Goldfinger frontman John Feldmann as “Mr. Tony Fucking Hawk” earlier than ceding the mic to him fully. He kicked off the rendition by calmly asking the group “How are you?” earlier than the band abruptly launched into the observe whereas Hawk, nonetheless gathering velocity, casually added “I hope you understand this track. Are you prepared? Right here we go.”

Although Hawk nonetheless makes for a greater skater than singer, the efficiency was a symbolic gesture that celebrated the long-running connection between the 2 entities due to Goldfinger’s career-making inclusion on the 1999 online game soundtrack. Hawk alluded to that fateful choice earlier than he left the stage, saying, “That track has outlined our online game sequence for many years. It’s been an honor to lastly be a part of these guys.”

He additionally signed off with a problem to the viewers: “Do a kickflip!” Courtsey of Consequence reader Eric Girard, watch footage of the efficiency and Hawk’s remarks afterwards under.

Hawk’s latest collab with Goldfinger will not be the primary time he has taken a skate down reminiscence lane with Professional Skaters playlists in thoughts. Except for “Superman,” he beforehand “lined” Millencolin’s “No Cigar,” featured on the soundtrack for 2000’s Tony Hawk’s Professional Skater 2, and starred within the accompanying music video, which recreated the retro graphics from the sport’s early iterations.

“Superman” was additionally included on the 2020 remaster of Tony Hawk’s Professional Skater 1 + 2.