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Blink-182’s “Dumpweed” covered in the style of The 1975

We Are The In Crowd’s Cameron Hurley is back at it, releasing a cover of Blink-182’s “Dumpweed” in the style of the 1975. Check it out below.

This is definitely not going to work stylistically for everyone. It’s uh, interesting, to say the least.



Knuckle Puck release video for “Gone”, share tour dates

Our pop punk buddies Knuckle Puck have just shared their video for “Gone,” which is off of their new album Shapeshifter via Rise Records.

You can check out the video here, which plays on the ever classic “Rock Show” from Blink 182 amd shows their fun in Indiana- cigars with the dads included.

The boys are also heading out on tour tomorrow, which will last for a month. You can scope out the dates below, and click here to buy tickets.



Mark Hoppus releases track for “Dog Songs” compilation

Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 fame has offered up a song for “Dog Songs”, a dog-themed compilation with other contributing artists including Nerf Herder. “Dog Songs” is up for purchase from Bandcamp now.

Have a listen to “Not Every Dog Goes To Heaven (National Lampoon’s Vacation)” below.



Mark Hoppus says next Blink-182 album will be “a little more experimental”

Blink-182 members Mark Hoppus and Matt Skiba were recently interviewed by NME, where they talked about their next album and hope to begin writing early next year. On the album’s musical direction, Hoppus stated:

“I think this album took Blink back to its roots and what it’s all about, and I think on the next record, we want to push that boundary again. We’ll keep the core of Blink 182 but we’ll get a little more experimental. Kind of like what we did on the untitled record, which we’re all really proud of. It still sounded like Blink and had that Blink feeling, but it was different and a little more thought out.”

Blink-182 just released a deluxe edition of their latest album California. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the band’s next record come to light.



Blink-182 release alternative version of recent video “Home Is Such A Lovely Place”

Blink 182 released a video last month for “Home is Such a Lonely Place”, from the deluxe version of their most recent album, “California”. The track has now been given an alternative, Matt Skiba-only video.

You can watch it below.



Blink 182 premiere video for “Home is Such a Lonely Place”

Blink 182 have a new video for “Home is Such a Lonely Place.” The song is off the deluxe version of their most recent album, “California.”

Check your feels and check out the video below.



Blink-182 stream new song “Last Train Home”

Blink-182 have premiered the last of 11 bonus tracks from the deluxe edition of their album California. The song’s called “Last Train Home”, and you can give it a listen below.

The deluxe edition of California released today, May 19th. Head over here to grab a copy.



New Music: Blink-182 – “Wildfire”

blink-182-bored-to-death-videoBlink-182 are streaming another song from the upcoming deluxe edition of their latest album California. This time, it’s “Wildfire” and you can give it a listen below.

The California deluxe edition drops next Friday (May 19th), and you can preorder it here.



Blink 182 & Linkin Park announce co-headline dates, then….go on a date?

Blinkin Park (Blink 182 + Linkin Park…wtf?) have announced a couple of co-headlining dates with some special guests. Tickets go on sale May 12th, you can get them here.

July 28th: Flushing, NY @ Citi Field
with: WU TANG CLAN and Machine Gun Kelly

July 30: Hershey, PA @ Hershey Park
with: Machine Gun Kelly

Also, the two bands went on a date…? You can check that out here. Good luck, kids.



Blink-182 unveil new track “6-8” with lyric video

blink-182-bored-to-death-videoThe boys are back at it again. This time, they bring us “6-8” which is one of the eleven new tracks added to the deluxe edition of California. They’ve also brought us another lyric video (I’m sensing a trend here) and it is one that they could hang on the fridge proudly. If you could hang videos on fridges in the first place. Someday.

The California deluxe edition drops on May 19th, and you can preorder it here. I never took Blink for arts n’ crafts enthusiasts, but the video is pretty sweet all the same. Check it out below.



Blink 182 release new mini-track “Can’t Get You More Pregnant” for download


Ever the clever ones, SoCal punkateers Blink-182 have released a new track for download, the aptly titled “Can’t Get You More Pregnant.” It promises to be the feel-good hit of the summer, and while Blink might not be doctors (who decides that, anyways?) they continue to be a lot of fun. They are also releasing a deluxe edition of their last album, California, containing 11 new tracks.

You can download the track here, and check out their new lyric video below.



Blink 182 stream new track “Misery”

Blink 182 are streaming a new track entitled “Misery”. The song is set to appear on a deluxe edition of California to be released May 19th, 2017. The new version of last year’s release will feature eleven new tunes and an acoustic rendition of “Bored To Death”.

You can listen to “Misery” below while you wait for the full record to drop next month.



Blink-182 stream new song “Parking Lot”

blink-182-bored-to-death-videoBlink-182 have premiered a new song from the upcoming deluxe edition of their latest album California. The track’s called “Parking Lot” and it’s one of 11 new songs the band recorded for the release which is due out on May 19th.

Give “Parking Lot” a listen below, and pre-order the deluxe edition of California here.



Tom DeLonge (former Blink 182) to release non-fiction book on UFOs

Ever since the Enema of the State days, it was clear that Blink 182‘s Tom DeLonge loved the idea of aliens. Since leaving his former band in 2015, he’s clearly had a lot more time to concentrate on his passion. His UFO research has been compiled into a book called Sekret Machines: Gods. Authored by DeLonge himself, the release is due for March, 7th, 2017 and contains interviews with scientists, intelligence officials and military personnel.

 

 



The Front Bottoms announced as support act for Blink 182 UK tour

The Front Bottoms have been announced as a support act on Blink 182‘s upcoming UK tour with Frank Turner. Check out the tour dates below to see if there’s a show near you.

The band’s latest album Back on Top was released in 2015 through Fueled By Ramen Records.