Blink-182 Premiering ‘Up All Night’ on July 15
Blink-182 are coming! Blink-182 are coming!
That's right. While power trio Blink-182 reformed all the way back in 2009 (which wasn't really that long ago), they will finally debut their brand new song 'Up All Night' tomorrow via Los Angeles radio station KROQ. The song is set to air at 7:30AM PT and 10:30AM ET, as well as on the band's official website, so make yourself a note and tune in (or log on) tomorrow at the allotted time.
After enjoying a decade of multi-platinum success before splitting under somewhat normal band dude circumstances, which lead to multiple side projects, it's about time we've gotten a taste of new music from these pop punk pioneers. Come on, you know you used to blare their smash hit 'All the Small Things' from your speakers when it was on the radio ad nauseum over a decade ago.
Here's some tidbits about 'Up All Night': It was originally called 'The Night the Moon Was Gone,' which came from singer Tom DeLonge's daughter Ava. The song floated around the Blink camp in demo form for two years, and drummer Travis Barker has been quoted saying that the song is "heavy."
We guess we'll find out tomorrow morning just how heavy 'Up All Night Is.'
Oh, and in case you weren't aware, Mark Hoppus has his own show, 'Hoppus on Music,' on FUSE.
Watch the 'All the Small Things' Video