The Offspring debut new single 'Days Go By' – listen

New single is the title track from the punk band's ninth studio album

The Offspring debut new single 'Days Go By' – listen

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The Offspring have debuted their new single 'Days Go By' online, scroll down to the bottom of the track and click to listen to the track.

The single is the title track from the band's ninth studio album, which will be released on June 25. The record is the follow-up to their 2008 effort 'Rise And Fall, Rage And Grace' and their first album with new drummer Pete Parada.

The album contains a total of 12 tracks and has been produced by Metallica/Lostprophets man Bob Rock.

The band are set to tour this summer, with their festival appearances set to include Rock In Rio festival in Portugal, Punkspring festival in Japan and Denmark's Skive festival.

The Offspring have yet to confirm any UK shows - they were last in the UK to appear at last summer's Reading And Leeds Festivals.

The tracklisting for 'Days Go By' is as follows:

'The Future Is Now'
'Secrets from the Underground'
'Days Go By'
'Turning Into You'
'Hurting As One'
'Cruising California (Bumpin' In My Trunk)'
'All I Have Left Is You'
'OC Guns'
'Dirty Magic'
'I Wanna Secret Family (With You)'
'Dividing By Zero'
'Slim Pickens Does the Right Thing And Rides The Bomb To Hell'



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