Published Jul 19, 2019Blink-182 have finally announced the release date for their new album. While the exact title is still TBA, the album will arrive on September 20.
Blink made the reveal today while in New York City, where they performed on Good Morning America in Central Park. During an interview segment, the band made the release date reveal, as well as played their recent single "Blame It on My Youth."
During the show, the group also broke out tracks such as "What's My Age Again?" and "I Miss You," plus a series of songs from their last full-length, 2016's California.
You can watch various footage from Good Morning America and from the show below.
So far, Blink-182 have shared "Blame It on My Youth," as well as the new songs "Happy Days" and "Generational Divide."
They also have been collaborating with Pharrell Williams and Lil Uzi Vert on new material. However, drummer Travis Barker recently revealed that collaboration will likely not appear on the new album and instead on a new Blink EP.
Blink-182 are currently out on tour with Lil Wayne and playing their Enema of the State in its entirety.