Blink-182 recording new album demos

The band will headline this summer's Reading and Leeds Festivals

Blink-182 recording new album demos

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Blink-182 have seemingly confirmed that work has begun on their new album, with Mark Hoppus of the band posting on Twitter a screenshot of a new song being demoed.

Hoppus took to Twitter earlier today (February 12), writing "them blink-182 demos" alongside the picture.




Blink-182 had previously revealed their plan to release a new album in time for headlining Reading and Leeds Festivals alongside Arctic Monkeys this summer. Speaking to Zane Lowe on BBC Radio 1 last year about the headline slot and plans for new music, Hoppus said: "We are coming with new material. We go into the studio after the holidays, and the goal is to have an album out in time for the festival."

The punk-pop band released their most recent album and their sixth studio LP, 'Neighborhoods', in 2009. Blink-182's latest release was the 'Dogs Eating Dogs' EP in December 2012. The band split from their label Interscope in 2011.

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