Blink-182 have posted the video for their comeback single ‘Up All Night’ online – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to watch.
The track is the lead single from the pop punk trio’s forthcoming new album ‘Neighborhoods’, which will be their first studio LP since their self-titled effort in 2003. Another new song titled ‘Heart’s All Gone’ was also recently posted online.
Although the song has existed in some form since the band reconciled in 2009, they refrained from playing it during their live shows as they feared the first time many fans would hear it would be as a live version on YouTube.
However, so far NME.COM users have not been keen on the track, with fans describing it as “a disgrace” and “bloody awful”. You can read NME‘s Luke Lewis’ review of the track and leave your thoughts on NME.COM/blogs now.
Blink-182‘s ‘Neighborhoods’ is due for release on September 26. The band, who tour the UK next summer and are currently touring North America with My Chemical Romance, unveiled the tracklisting for the new album earlier this month (August 16).