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From Thursday 09 February 2017

The Front Bottoms added to Blink-182’s July UK tour dates

The Front Bottoms have officially been added as additional tour support to Blink-182’s upcoming UK tour. They will join the punk legends along with Frank Turner And The Sleeping Souls on the following dates: JULY 03 CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena 04 NOTTINGHAM Motorpoint Arena 05 LEEDS First Direct Arena 07 BIRMINGHAM Barclaycard Arena

Tuesday 24 January 2017

Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls to support Blink-182

Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls have been announced as the main support for Blink-182 on their UK arena tour this July. The band’s latest album is their 2015 sixth effort, ‘Positive Songs for Negative People’, on Xtra Mile Recordings. JULY 03 CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena 04 NOTTINGHAM Motorpoint Arena 05 LEEDS First Direct Arena 07

Tuesday 22 November 2016

Blink-182 add extra date to UK tour

Due to demand, Blink-182 have added an extra date to their UK arena tour next year. As well as the scheduled dates, the trio will now play an extra show in Aberdeen at the GE Oil and Gas arena on July 12th. The tour is in support of their latest

Sunday 06 November 2016

Blink-182 announce UK arena tour

Blink-182 have announced they will return the UK for a ten date arena tour in 2017. The band will kick off the tour on July 3rd 2017 at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff, wrapping things up with a huge show at the O2 Arena in London on July 19th. The

Thursday 20 October 2016

Blink-182 unveil video for ‘She’s Out Of Her Mind’

Blink-182 have unveiled a video for their new single, ‘She’s Out Of Her Mind’. The video parodies their classic video for ‘What’s My Age Again’, with the track itself taken from their latest album, ‘California’. Watch the video for ‘She’s Out Of Her Mind’ below.

Monday 04 July 2016

blink-182: Tales from ‘California’

Friday 01 July 2016

Hear the blink-182 bonus track, ‘Hey I’m Sorry’

It might have only been a few hours since ‘California’ dropped properly, but there’s another blink-182 track online. ‘Hey I’m Sorry’ is taken from the Japanese version of the release. For more on ‘California’, check out our feature looking at the band’s past and looking forward following the

Monday 20 June 2016

blink-182 unveil the video for ‘Bored To Death’

blink-182 have unveiled the official video for ‘Bored To Death’, the first track to have appeared from their eagerly anticipated (probably an understatement around these parts) forthcoming LP, ‘California’. It marks the first release by the band since the departure of Tom DeLonge and the joining of Alkaline Trio

Wednesday 08 June 2016

blink-182 to reveal new track, ‘Rabbit Hole’

While Mark Hoppus and Matt Skiba are over in the UK for a couple of acoustic shows, blink-182’s Travis Barker will be in the Apple Music studio with Zane Lowe to unveil their new track, ‘Rabbit Hole’. Taken from their forthcoming ‘California’ LP, the track will be revealed at 9:30

Monday 06 June 2016

Somebody has created blink-182 ukulele covers

Somebody has taken classic blink-182 songs and given it the everyone’s favourite instrument treatment. (What do you mean you don’t love the ukelele?!) Released by Blink 182kulele (say it out loud…), ‘The Pineapple Above (Horse Around Rodeo Clown; Muscle to Jimmy Russia)’ features reworkings of some of the pop-punk pioneers’