Blink-182 announce new album One More Time tell-all video

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Blink-182 fans are simply buzzing with excitement this week, as the legendary pop-punk trio just confirmed they have recorded a brand new album.

The record, titled “One More Time…”, is the band’s ninth album, and is the first album with Tom DeLonge since 2011’s Neighbourhoods.

The album is due to hit store shelves and streaming services on October 20, 2023, and marks the first new music since their smash single Edging which came out earlier this year.

What’s more, the album is made up of a whopping 17 tracks – the longest any of Blink-182’s albums to date.

The album announcement came with an intimate video where the three artists chatted with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe where they discussed the band’s tragic past. Scroll down to watch it. 

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Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and Tom DeLonge opened up about how Hoppus’ cancer brought them back together, and how their brotherhood has never been stronger.

The All The Small Things stars also confirmed a new single (titled One More Time) is being released this Thursday at 2pm UK time. You can presave the single by clicking this link.

Blink-182 recorded One More Time… in the midst of their ongoing reunion tour, and was produced by their very own drummer Barker.

The record is already available for preorder in a number of variations – and you can preorder right here

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Blink-182 are currently on tour throughout Europe, and will be arriving in the UK at the end of the month.

You can still buy front-row tickets to the band’s shows right here.

For more information on where to get tickets, click here.

Here’s the full breakdown of when Blink-182 are playing in the UK:

  • October 11th – London – The 02
  • October 12th – London – The 02
  • October 14th – Birmingham – Utilita Arena
  • October 15th – Manchester – AO Arena
  • October 16th – Manchester – AO Arena

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