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blink-182 Drops Two New Songs, Teases Music Video

blink-182 ONE MORE TIME album artwork 2023

Do the members of blink-182 ever sleep? After releasing their killer new record ONE MORE TIME…, the trio decided that 17 tracks weren’t cutting it. Exclusive to the digital edition of the album, blink-182 just added “SEE YOU” and “CUT ME OFF” to the tracklisting, both showing off the legacy act’s commitment to keeping pop-punk alive and thriving. 

“SEE YOU” is a heartbreak banger about the push and pull of young love. It romanticizes the highs and lows of a passionate relationship and the things you’ll do to keep the flame from burning out. Melancholy lyrics juxtapose the song’s distorted guitars that crash into the mix with a wave of emotion. The line “Don’t let words stay silent/Love so strong, we hide it/Your wild heart will never tame” is the perfect introduction to the song’s sentiment. Just take a listen below: 

“CUT ME OFF” examines the toxicity of a relationship that’s already broken. The track is about when there’s no longer a spark to hold onto or a sign to make things better. DeLonge sings, “All my sins you can’t forgive them/There is a god in our religion/It’s like he’s not even there” to express the hopelessness that comes from losing love. “CUT ME OFF” packs the same emotional punch as “SEE YOU” but shares a bitter aftermath through manic vocal melodies and consistent drum fills.  

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To celebrate ONE MORE TIME…, the new tracks, as well as their upcoming headlining tour, blink-182, surprised fans in California with a secret gig at Denny’s. Yes, you heard that right! Taking one of the scene’s favorite memes in stride (What the fuck is up, Denny’s?!), the trio raged at the popular breakfast chain for some of their biggest fans. Fans can see a snippet of the performance in their latest Instagram post. “Coming to stadiums, arenas, and @dennysdiner locations near you in 2024. Tickets on sale now,” the caption reads.

We’d love to see blink-182 with a side of hashbrowns. Until then, check out their upcoming tour dates below and grab your tickets here

Tour Dates:

  • Feb. 8—Perth, AU @ Rac Arena%
  • Feb. 9—Perth, AU @ Rac Arena%
  • Feb. 11—Hindmarsh, AU @ Adelaide Entertainment Centre%
  • Feb. 13—Melbourne, AU @ Rod Laver Arena%
  • Feb. 14—Melbourne, AU @ Rod Laver Arena%
  • Feb. 16—Sydney, AU @ Qudos Bank Arena%
  • Feb. 17—Sydney, AU @ Qudos Bank Arena%
  • Feb. 19—Brisbane, AU @ Entertainment Centre%
  • Feb. 20—Brisbane, AU @ Entertainment Centre%
  • Feb. 21—Brisbane, AU @ Entertainment Centre%
  • Feb. 23—Sydney, AU @ Qudos Bank Arena%
  • Feb. 24—Sydney, AU @ Qudos Bank Arena%
  • Feb. 26—Melbourne, AU @ Rod Laver Arena%
  • Feb. 27—Melbourne, AU @ Rod Laver Arena%
  • Feb. 29—Melbourne, AU @ Rod Laver Arena%
  • March 1—Auckland, NZ @ Spark Arena%
  • March 2—Auckland, NZ @ Spark Arena%
  • March 4—Christchurch, NZ @ Christchurch Arena%
  • March 27—Lima, PE @ Estadio San Marcos
  • April 2—Mexico, MX @ Palacio De Los Deportes
  • April 3—Mexico, MX @ Palacio De Los Deportes
  • April 5—Mexico, MX @ Palacio De Los Deportes
  • April 6—Mexico, MX @ Palacio De Los Deportes
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  • June 20—Orlando, FL @ Amway Center*
  • June 21—Miami, FL @ Kaseya Center*
  • June 24—San Antonio, TX @ Frost Bank Center*
  • June 25—Fort Worth, TX @ Dickies Arena*
  • June 27  Denver, CO @ Ball Arena*
  • June 30—San Diego, CA @ Petco Park*
  • July 2—Glendale, AZ @ Desert Diamond Arena*
  • July 3—Las Vegas, NV @ T-Mobile Arena*
  • July 6  Los Angeles, CA @ SoFi Stadium*
  • July 8– Fresno, CA @ Save Mart Center*
  • July 9—San Francisco, CA @ Chase Center*
  • July 11—Salt Lake City, UT @ Delta Center*
  • July 13—Portland, OR @ Moda Center*
  • July 14—Quincy, WA @ Gorge Amphitheatre*
  • July 21—Flushing, NY @ Citi Field*
  • July 23—Boston, MA @ Fenway Park*
  • July 24  Hartford, CT @ The XFINITY Theatre*
  • July 26—Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center*
  • July 27—Washington, DC @ Capital One Arena*
  • July 29—Greenville, SC @ Bon Secours Wellness Arena*
  • July 30—Raleigh, NC @ PNC Arena*
  • Aug. 1—Lexington, KY @ Rupp Arena*
  • Aug. 2—Indianapolis, IN @ Gainbridge Fieldhouse*
  • Aug. 6—Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center*
  • Aug. 7—Milwaukee, WI @ Fiserv Forum*
  • Aug. 9—Kansas City, MO @ T-Mobile Center*
  • Aug. 10—St. Louis, MO @ Enterprise Center*
  • Aug. 12—Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena*
  • Aug. 13—Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center*
  • Aug. 15—Toronto, ON @ Rogers Centre+
  • Aug. 26—Belfast, UK @ SSE Arena^
  • Aug. 27—Dublin, Ireland @ Royal Hospital Kilmainham^
  • Aug. 29—Glasgow, UK @ OVO Hydro^
  • Aug. 30—Glasgow, UK @ OVO Hydro^

% With Rise Against as support.
* With Pierce The Veil as support.
+ With Pierce The Veil and Alexisonfire as support.
^ With The Story So Far as support.

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