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Guess Which Taylor Swift Song blink-182 Covered

In a surprising move during the trio’s Detroit, MI performance last night (May 9), blink-182 played a snippet of Taylor Swift‘s 6x platinum song “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” following a performance of their own hit single, “Dammit.” The unexpected mashup is quite a tongue-in-cheek moment for the group considering guitarist Tom DeLonge’s return to the band in 2022 following his initial departure in 2015.

The band’s playful rendition of “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” showed off their willingness to poke fun at the whole situation. While vocalist Mark Hoppus takes the lead on belting out, “We are never ever ever getting back together,” DeLonge is seen bobbing his head, smirking into the crowd, and jokingly mouthing to fans, “Come on,” before bleeding back into the chorus of “Dammit.”

Read more: blink-182 Announce Rescheduled Tour Dates, Tease New Music

Check out the fan-captured mashup of “Dammit” and “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” below.

Last week, rumors spiraled within the blink-182 fanbase that new music could be incoming sooner than we think! One eagle-eyed fan group, blink-182 Italia, spotted a possible clue as to when we might receive the follow-up single to “EDGING,” which dropped on Oct. 14, 2022. They shared on socials, “NEW BLINK-182 SINGLE ON JUNE 2ND? If you go to blink-182’s website, there’s a new page with several things scribbled on a wall, including “MORE THAN YOU’LL EVER KNOW 6/2”, which we know is a new blink-182 song. This seems to suggest it’s coming out on June 2nd!”

The band is currently on the North American leg of their tour before performing back-to-back sets at the When We Were Young Festival in Las Vegas, NV this October. Check out the band’s entire 2023 touring schedule below and grab tickets here.

Tour Dates:

  • May 11—Toronto, Ontario @ Scotiabank Arena 
  • May 12—Montreal, Quebec @ Bell Centre 
  • May 16—Cleveland, OH @ Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse 
  • May 17—Pittsburgh, PA @ PPG Paints Arena 
  • May 19—New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden 
  • May 20—Elmont, NY @ UBS Arena 
  • May 21—Boston, MA @ TD Garden 
  • May 23—Washington, D.C. @ Capital One Arena 
  • May 24—Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center 
  • May 26—Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Arena 
  • May 27—Hershey, PA @ Hersheypark Stadium 
  • June 14—Phoenix, AZ @ Footprint Center 
  • June 16—Los Angeles, CA @ Banc of California Stadium 
  • June 20—San Diego, CA @ Pechanga Arena 
  • June 22—San Jose, CA @ SAP Center 
  • June 23—Sacramento, CA @ Golden 1 Center 
  • June 25—Seattle, WA @ Climate Pledge Arena 
  • June 27—Vancouver, British Columbia @ Rogers Arena 
  • June 29—Edmonton, Alberta @ Rogers Place 
  • June 30—Calgary, Alberta @ Scotiabank Saddledome 
  • July 3—Denver, CO @ Ball Arena 
  • July 5—Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center 
  • July 7—Austin, TX @ Moody Center 
  • July 8—Houston, TX @ Toyota Center 
  • July 10—Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena 
  • July 11—Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ FLA Live Arena 
  • July 13—Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena 
  • July 14—Charlotte, NC @ Spectrum Center 
  • July 16—Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
  • Oct. 21—Las Vegas, NV @ When We Were Young Festival
  • Oct. 22—Las Vegas, NV @ When We Were Young Festival
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