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'Happy Days', there's a new blink-182 track

The third taster of the band's new album arrives on the 182nd day of the year.
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Published: 8:20 pm, July 01, 2019
'Happy Days', there's a new blink-182 track

It's the 182nd day of the year, apparently (we haven't been counting, but... - Ed), which means it's the perfect day for blink-182 to drop a brand new track.

The second of the two promised songs we'd be getting 'soon', it's called 'Happy Days'.

“It’s the 182nd day of the year," the band informed us via Twitter, "which means it’s blink-182 day! To celebrate, here is our new song ‘Happy Days’. Consume it where you usually consume music.”

It follows up on the already revealed 'Blame It On My Youth' and 'Generational Divide' in previewing a new album from the trio. You can check it out in full below.

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