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BLINK-182 “One More Time” lights up the pop punk scene

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As fans ardently await the release of Blink-182’s upcoming album “One More Time…”, the band has once again ignited excitement by dropping not just one, but two tracks. Alongside the much-anticipated title track “One More Time“, which arrived with a video crafted by director Carlos López Estrada, the iconic trio—Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge, and Travis Barker—has unveiled another single titled “More Than You Know“. Eager fans can dive into the sonic brilliance of both these tracks right here.

Set to be out on October 20 via Columbia Records, “One More Time…” marks their first collaborative effort since 2011. Apart from the newly-released tracks, the 17-song album will also include “Edging“—a single that the group presented to their audience in late 2022.

The album, while an ode to the band’s musical journey, also introspects deeper emotional and life-altering events.

As Travis Barker candidly shared in the album’s announcement trailer, the song “One More Time” delves into profound introspection. He said, “why does it take these catastrophes like me being in a plane crash or Mark being sick for our band to get back together?”

BLINK 182 band
BLINK 182 band

Blink-182’s zest for live performances hasn’t dimmed. Earlier this year, they embarked on an extensive reunion tour, marking their prominent presence in the music scene. Their dynamic energy was palpably felt at Coachella 2023, where they delivered a surprise set. When Frank Ocean had to cancel his appearance for the second weekend, Blink-182 gracefully stepped up, showcasing a headlining performance that further cemented their legendary status.

As October 20 inches closer, the global fan community remains on the edge of their seats, ready to embrace more cheesy jokes and catchy riffs from Blink-182.


Karol Kamiński

DIY rock music enthusiast and web-zine publisher from Warsaw, Poland. Supporting DIY ethics, local artists and promoting hardcore punk, rock, post rock and alternative music of all kinds via IDIOTEQ online channels.
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