Track of the Day: blink-182 “Blame It On My Youth” (2019)

Pop punk behemoths blink-182 are back with new track “Blame It On My Youth”, and our teenage selves could not be more excited!

blink-182 consists of original members Mark Hoppus (vocals/bass) and Travis Barker (drums), with Alkaline Trio‘s Matt Skiba (vocals/guitar) now permanently filling the spot left by departing founder Tom DeLonge.

“Blame It On My Youth” is the first track from their as-yet unrevealed eighth studio album, which is set to be a little more experimental than we’ve come to expect from the reformed group. We can’t wait!

blink-182 have teamed up with Lil Wayne for a co-headline US tour, beginning in June this year. No word yet on any Australian dates, but with the band unwilling to tour without Barker, still unable to step on a plane after the 2008 helicopter crash that left four people dead, we’re likely to be waiting a little longer yet.

But we’ve still got the music, and it’s as infectious as ever! Check it out below, complete with lyric video from graffiti artist RISK.

Keep track of all things blink-182 on their website and Twitter.

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Jodie Sloan

Rogue academic, philosophical sloven, and earnest scribbler. Likes: Stiff drinks, good books, and the musical stylings of Frank Sinatra. Also likes: Pop culture, feminism, and excessive use of CAPSLOCK.