Band Blink-182 have announced not only new music but a new world tour.
Band members Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker will reunite with original member, Tom DeLonge for the tour.
The band revealed on Tuesday, they’ll hit Australian shores early 2024, at the end of their tour, visiting Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane in February.
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They’ll then head to New Zealand to play Auckland and Christchurch, ending the almost 12-month tour there at this stage, if it doesn’t get extended out.
The announcement from the group came in the form of a funny video, filled with double entendres, in which fans expressed their desire to see the group come together.
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It’s the first time the trio will be together since 2015.
They are dropping a new single on Friday, titled Edging, and tour tickets will go on sale October 17.
The Blink-182 verified Instagram account lists them as “Crappy Punk Rock since 1992”.
“We’re coming. Tour’s coming. Album’s coming. Tom’s coming,” the caption on the video reads. “Tickets on sale Monday. New song EDGING out Friday. blink182.com.”
The tour kicks off March 11 in Tijuana, Mexico.
Matt Skiba stepped in for DeLonge after he left the group in 2015. Skiba was not a part of the reunion announcement.
Meanwhile, Hoppus recently shared news with fans that he is officially cancer free, having been diagnosed with lymphoma in April 2021.
Posting to his Instagram story, Hoppus wrote, “Very grateful today. My scan came back clean and I’m cancer-free. Thankful for every day I get to be here. Love you all.”
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