Hear Blink-182's comeback single 'Up All Night' - audio

Pop punk trio preview first album for eight years with new track

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Blink-182 have debuted their new single 'Up All Night', scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to hear it.

The track, which is taken from their first LP since 2003's self titled album, features guitarist Tom DeLonge on lead vocals and is more reminiscent of the darker edged rock on the trio's fourth album 'Take Off Your Pants And Jacket' then any of their earlier, more straightforward material.

'Up All Night' has existed in some form since the band first reconciled in 2009 and the pop punkers hinted that they may debut it during their live shows, but then opted to hold it back as they feared that the first time many fans would hear it would be as a live version on YouTube.

'Up All Night' is taken from the band's sixth studio album, which is due out later this summer. They tour North America with My Chemical Romance in August and September.

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