Blink-182 adds two bonus tracks to “One More Time”

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Cut Me Off ” And ” See You » complete the new blink-182 album.

Blink-182 has added two new bonus tracks, “ Cut Me Off ” And ” See You », to his great reformation album, One More Time.

Both songs are gigantic explosions of pop-punk, although each has its own twist. Check them out below.

Blink-182 released One More Time last week marked the first album DeLonge, Hoppus and Travis Barker have made together since Neighborhoods in 2011. After DeLonge left the group in 2015, he was replaced by Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba, who appeared on two blink albums, California in 2016 and Nine in 2019.

The classic line-up of blink-182 announced their reunion in 2022 and spent the year performing concerts across North America and Europe ahead of the release of One More Time. Next year, they will perform concerts in Australia and New Zealand before embarking on a new North American tour in June 2024.

To promote the new tour dates, blink-182 released a video of a concert at a Denny’s restaurant. Nod to hardcore band Live Without’s viral video, which caused a riot at a local Denny’s. Blink moved into the restaurant chain and performed the title of One More TimeAnthem Part 3 “.


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