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blink-182 are teasing their upcoming album with new single, ‘Darkside’

It's a cut from the trio's next full-length 'NINE'.
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Published: 12:40 pm, July 26, 2019
blink-182 are teasing their upcoming album with new single, ‘Darkside’

blink-182 are teasing their upcoming album with new single, ‘Darkside’.

It's a cut from the trio's next full-length 'NINE', due 20th September, which also features recent tracks 'Happy Days', 'Generational Divide' and 'Blame It On Your Youth'.

“I’m so proud of the new blink record,” Hoppus tells Upset magazine. “We just turned in the sequence the other day. I was sitting in the studio with all the tracks, laid out in the Pro Tools session, arranging the songs and trying to come up with a sequence.

"Just listening to the whole thing is really exciting, and I really am proud of this album. People will be blown away. This, to me, feels like blink back in 2003 when we released the untitled record. The future is open to anything, and we can take blink anywhere we want.”

Check out 'Darkside' below.

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