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Blink-182 reunites for first album in over a decade

After a 12-year hiatus with the original trio, Blink-182, consisting of Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker, is marking its comeback with its album, “One More Time,” slated for release on October 20

In a behind-the-scenes look at his project, DeLonge shared the band’s deeply emotional beginnings. He emphasized that Blink-182 served as a beacon of hope and joy during their difficult times. “We come from a lot of heartbreaks, broken families, just fights. So Blink was always the way to force happiness into the room.” DeLonge mentioned.

Expanding on the inspiration behind their latest work, Barker noted the personal adversities the band members faced. Specifically, the song “One More Time” touches on Barker’s devastating plane crash in 2008 and Hoppus’ health struggles in 2021, questioning why these hardships often pave the way for reunions.

While the band released “California” and “Nine” in 2016 and 2019, respectively, with Matt Skiba joining the group, “One More Time” heralds the long-awaited return of the original Blink-182 trio.

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