Blink-182 New Album Drops: “One More Time…” with Iconic Lineup After 12-Year Hiatus!

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Hang on to your punk-rock boots, fans! The iconic trio that defined pop-punk for an era – Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker, and Tom DeLonge of Blink-182 – are harmonizing their strings and beats for their first album in 12 years. Titled “One More Time…”, the album promises the raw energy and nostalgia that only this legendary line-up can deliver.

Back in the limelight following a surprise act at Coachella 2023, the trio is rekindling their fiery magic. And while Blink-182 treated fans to “California” in 2016, it’s worth noting that Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba stepped in for DeLonge then. This makes “One More Time…” a monumental reunion for the classic band formation since their 2011 chart-topping “Neighborhoods.”

Social media is buzzing with teasers from the band. A trailer on Instagram gives fans a sneak peek into the anticipated album set to release on October 20. Plus, for those itching for a taste, the title track will stream on September 21, 10 a.m. EST. With a whopping 17 tracks and the air of mystery surrounding potential collaborations, the album surely aims to hit the nostalgia notes.

With a discography boasting four platinum albums, including the 5-million selling “Enema of the State”, Blink-182 isn’t just a band; they’re an era. Who can forget the catchy “All the Small Things” that spent weeks reigning the charts?

In an emotional moment, Barker reflects on the reunion, “Why does it take catastrophes for our band to reconnect?” But as they say, the brightest stars burn in the face of adversity. This album, “One More Time…”, stands testament to that sentiment.

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