THURSDAY, JUNE 09, 2016|
Posted by: Mandi Dudek
In a few weeks, Blink-182 will return with California, the first album without the bands founding guitarist, Tom DeLonge. Travis Barker stopped by Zane Lowe's Beats 1 to premiere "Rabbit Hole off the new album and unlike the recently released, "Built This Pool," which was a whopping 15-second exercise of punk music, "Rabbit Hole" is a full-length track made up of everything you'd expect to find in a song.
"Rabbit Hole" is an exciting burst of pop-punk nostalgia as Blink-182 brings back some familiar sounds in a song about those relationships that haunt you into sleepless nights. With an anthemic chorus that is full of resolve, Mark Hoppus and new member Matt Skiba (of Alkaline Trio) share vocal duties as they shout, "I wont fall down that fucking rabbit hole / I'm barely standing on the ground."
California is set to be released on July 1st, the same day theyll be playing (for free!) at Good Morning America's Summer Concert Series in Central Park.