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Blink-182 drop two new songs, ‘One More Time’ and ‘More Than You Know’

Blink-182 have released ‘One More Time’ and ‘More Than You Know’, two brand new tracks from their long-awaited new album. Check out both below.Released today (September 21), the new tracks mark the latest singles to be taken from the pop-punk trio’s highly-anticipated new album, ‘One More Time…’, and add to the current whirlwind of announcements the members have been making over the past week.The first of the newly released singles is the title track of the upcoming LP, which Mark Hoppus previously teased on social media as being “the Mount Rushmore of Blink-182 songs”.One of the more heartfelt and reflective tracks of their extensive discography, ‘One More Time’ sees the members look back at the emotional journey they’ve been through since forming the band.

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Blink-182 kick off reunion headline tour and air Matt Skiba era songs
Blink-182 kicked off their 2023 reunion headline tour in St. Paul, Minnesota last night (May 4) where the band performed a career-spanning set that included Matt Skiba-era songs.The band reunited at the Xcel Energy Center with their classic line-up — Tom DeLonge, Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker — for the opening night of their world tour, which featured a 25-song setlist.The pop-punk icons were initially scheduled to debut their reunited line-up in March, but were forced to postpone after drummer Barker suffered repeated injuries to his finger. The band then returned to the stage for a surprise performance at last month’s Coachella festival.Blink performed classics like ‘All The Small Things’ and ‘What’s My Age Again’ and also revived fan favourites like ‘Up All Night’ (for the first time since 2016, via and ‘Ghost On The Dance Floor’ (for the first time since 2014).The setlist also featured two songs from Matt Skiba-era Blink-182 — ‘Cynical’ and ‘Bored To Death’ — from their 2016 album ‘California‘.In October last year, the Alkaline Trio vocalist – who joined the band in 2015 as a replacement for DeLonge – said he was “truly happy” for Blink’s reunion with DeLonge.“I am truly grateful for my time with blink and I am truly happy you guys are a band and a family again,” he wrote in a social post.Check out the full Blink-182 opening night setlist and find footage below.1. ‘Anthem Part Two’2. ‘The Rock Show’3. ‘Family Reunion’4. ‘Man Overboard’5. ‘Feeling This’6. ‘Reckless Abandon’7. ‘Dysentery Gary’8. ‘Up All Night’9. ‘Dumpweed’10. ‘EDGING’11. ‘Aliens Exist’12. ‘Cynical’13. ‘Don’t Leave Me’14. ‘Happy Holidays, You Bastard’15. ‘Stay Together for the Kids’16. ‘Always’17. ‘Down’18. ‘Bored To Death’19. ‘I Miss You’20
Here’s Blink-182’s setlist from Coachella 2023 weekend two
Blink-182 headlined the final day of Coachella 2023 yesterday (April 23) – check out the full setlist and footage from the moment below.The moment marked the punk rock veterans’ second set at this year’s Coachella – following their performance on Friday April 14, which was their first time playing live since reuniting with Tom DeLonge.Performing last night, the trio treated fans to renditions of some of their most popular hits, and brought back some old favourites which haven’t been played live in over five years. Initially, Frank Ocean was scheduled to perform the headline slot, however, he dropped out from the lineup following a leg injury.Opening with the iconic 1999 track, ‘Family Reunion’, Blink delivered back-to-back classics including ‘Anthem Pt.2’, ‘The Rock Show’ and ‘What’s My Age Again?’, as well as their more recent single, ‘Edging’, which was released in 2022.Although the 18-track setlist remained largely unchanged from that played at the performance held on weekend one, the headline set yesterday did see Travis Barker, Tom DeLonge and Mark Hoppus revive 2001’s ‘Stay Together For The Kids’, which hasn’t been performed live since 2018, and 2003’s ‘Always’, which hasn’t been included on a setlist since 2017.1. ‘Family Reunion’2. ‘Anthem Part Two’3. ‘The Rock Show’4. ‘Man Overboard’5. ‘Feeling This’6. ‘Reckless Abandon’7. ‘What’s My Age Again?’8. ‘Dumpweed’9. ‘EDGING’10. ‘Aliens Exist’11. ‘Stay Together for the Kids’12. ‘Happy Holidays, You Bastard’13. ‘Always’14. ‘Down’15. ‘I Miss You’16. ‘First Date’ (with Ramones ‘Pinhead’ intro)17. ‘All the Small Things’18. ‘Dammit’ (With Skee Lo ‘I Wish’ tease)Blink 182 – I Miss You @ Coachella I’ve never been more excited to be a Blink fan.