Band unveil black and white cover for sixth studio LP
Blink-182 have revealed the artwork for their new album ‘Neighborhoods’, which you can see above.
The artwork, which is entirely black and white, features the band’s logo written on top of a city skyline. The logo has also been updated from the spray-painted style of their last release, to a more classic, bold lettering.
‘Neighborhoods’ is the band’s first studio album since their 2003 self-titled release and is due to be released on September 26.
The album is the result of a lengthy recording process which saw the band postpone their UK arena tour and festival appearances by a full year to complete work on the LP.
The band have already debuted the album’s first single ‘Up All Night’, which has drawn a mixed reaction from fans thus far, with some even labeling it “bloody awful”. The album’s full tracklisting has yet to be revealed.