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September 2019

It looks like blink-182 have something new on the way this week

Is 'Generational Divide' going to be with us on Friday?
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Published: 10:13 pm, June 19, 2019
It looks like blink-182 have something new on the way this week

blink-182 are teasing a brand new track for this Friday.

Having already promised we'd have a couple of new songs before they head out on tour later this month, they've now posted an old school style poster, which contains the words "Generational Divide".

That's important, because Mark Hoppus revealed it's his favourite new song to play in a recent Twitter Q&A.

The poster also includes the words / slash combinations of letters / we don't know, you tell us “PAGYMTAE,” “BOJMIR” and “REKÜF”. BOJMIR in particular has been seen before - Travis Barker has posted it on Instagram.

You can check out 'the evidence' below.

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