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Here’s Twenty One Pilots’ ‘Tear In My Heart’ reimagined as a Blink-182 track

A Twenty One Pilots track has been reimagined in the distinct style of Blink-182, thanks to a fan on YouTube. Read More: The NME Big Read – Twenty One Pilots User SugarpillCovers took to the video streaming site earlier this week (July 29), uploading a performance titled 'If Blink 182 Wrote 'Tear In My Heart' By Twenty One Pilots'. The clip, which currently has...

Guess what Blink 182’s new single, ‘Darkside’, sounds like?

Blink 182 have shared a new single, 'Darkside', taken from their upcoming new album, 'Nine.' You can listen to the new song below. Read more: Let these pop-punk classics take you back two decades to the summer of American Pie The veteran pop punk group announced details of their upcoming new album yesterday (July 25). It is the trio’s first LP since...

Blink-182 announce new album ‘Nine’

Blink-182's Mark Hoppus
Blink-182 have announced details of their forthcoming new album 'Nine'. It is the trio's first LP since July 2016's 'California'. That 2016 record was the first Blink album to feature Matt Skiba on guitar and vocals. Read more: Let these pop-punk classics take you back two decades to the summer of American Pie 'Nine' will be released on September 20 via Columbia...

Here’s Billie Eilish’s ‘Bad Guy’ in the style of Blink 182

One particularly dedicated fan has shared a cover of Billie Eilish's hit single 'Bad Guy', but performed in the style of Blink 182. The track, taken from Eilish's acclaimed debut album 'When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go?' has become a festival anthem this summer – especially during her "generation-defining" appearance at Glastonbury 2019. Now, Youtube user New Wave...

Blink-182’s upcoming eighth album now has a release date

Blink-182
Blink-182's upcoming eighth studio album finally has a release date. Read more: 11 things you only know if you loved pop punk in the early noughties Mark Hoppus shared the news yesterday morning (July 19) when he and the rest of the guys visited ABC's Good Morning America. The band stopped by the popular breakfast show to play some songs, but...

Lil Wayne “won’t be quitting” Blink-182 tour after walking off-stage mid-set

Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne has confirmed that he will continue to tour with Blink-182, one day after he walked off stage midway through his set. The rapper got through only four songs at the Jiffy Lube Live Arena in Bristow, Virginia last night (July 11) before he left the stage. Beforehand, he told the crowd: "I'm not sure how long I'm going...

Let these pop-punk classics take you back two decades to the summer of ‘American Pie’

'American Pie'
ƒIn the latest development in exactly how old you've become recently, American Pie turns 20 years old this week. Exactly two (!) decades on from the release of the Weitz brothers' teen movie (which made a staggering £188 million at the box office back in 1999) it now trades almost exclusively on its nostalgic value despite the fact that it...

Blink-182 plan to release an EP after their new album drops this year

Mark Hoppus (L) and Travis Barker of Blink 182 perform during Lollapalooza 2017 at Grant Park on August 4, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois
Travis Barker has revealed that Blink-182 will release an EP later this year after the release of their forthcoming eighth album. The musician, who plays drums in the long-running trio, shared the news while discussing an unheard track that the band have recorded with Lil Uzi Vert and Pharrell Williams. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPbXrBxNaSY Speaking to Kerwin Frost Talks, the drummer said: "Blink just did a song with Uzi....

Blink-182 share empassioned new single ‘Happy Days’ to mark the 182nd day of the year

Blink-182
Blink-182 have shared a new single 'Happy Days', in order to mark the 182nd day of the year. Read More: Tom DeLonge - the hardest working UFOlogist in pop-punk on his new album, films, shows, comics, books and cache of declassified UFO videos The band revealed the track on Twitter, saying: "It’s the 182nd day of the year which means...

Blink 182 and The Who among the 700 more artists who allegedly lost their masters in 2008 Universal fire

Blink 182 in concert at the Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland, UK - 11 Jul 2017
The New York Times has published a list of over 700 more artists believed to have lost their masters in the 2008 warehouse fire at Universal Studios in Hollywood. This follows the existing tally of more than 100 artists named in the publication’s investigation that ran earlier this month. In the earlier article, titled “The Day the Music Burned”, artists...