Watch the awkward moment Blink-182 gets played at a baseball game with Tom DeLonge in the crowd

'All The Small Things' was played over the speakers

Blink-182 was played at a baseball game Tom DeLonge attended at the weekend, and the star’s reaction was rather awkward. Scroll below to watch.

DeLonge was in the crowd for the MLB game between the San Diego Padres and St Louis Cardinals on Sunday (May 13).

During the game, ‘All The Small Things’ by DeLonge’s former band was played over the speakers, with members of the crowd singing along to the classic pop-punk track.

DeLonge uploaded a clip of the moment on Facebook, along with the caption: “Awkward”. See that below.

DeLonge parted ways with Blink-182 in 2015, later being replaced in the band by Alkaline Trio‘s Matt Skiba. Blink’s latest album came in the form of 2016’s ‘California’. It marked the first material to feature Skiba.

The band are currently working on new music, with frontman Mark Hoppus recently revealing that their new material sounds like their classic album ‘Take Off Your Pants and Jacket’. The pop-punk outfit have also shared some studio photos.

While there’s been no confirmed release date, bassist Hoppus shed some light on what kind of sound could emerge. Posting on Twitter, he said: “Early days still but the newest blink-182 songs sound like they pick up where ‘Take Off Your Pants and Jacket’ left off.”