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Blink-182 Tease Fans Ahead Of Fridays Release

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As Friday fast approaches, blink-182 have given another little cryptic tease about their up-coming Friday release, staying on course with their promise of two more new tracks before their tour kicks off later on this month.

 

As you can see below, they have uploaded onto social a rather an old-school punk style poster bearing the words “Generational Divide” on the bottom, and if you’re a blink fan then the title should be familiar at this point.

 

Mark Hoppus recently uploaded that “Generational Divide” will be his favorite song to play when asked recently on Twitter. Hoppus also said that with regards to the new material, there will be no new material played live prior to release, so, in short, fans can hear it on the upcoming tour.

 

As for the poster, it also says the following: “PAGYMTAE,” “BOJMIR” and “REKÜF,” it’s pretty old school but we love it.As Friday fast approaches, blink-182 have given another little cryptic tease about their up-coming Friday release, staying on course with their promise of two more new tracks before their tour kicks off later on this month.

 

As you can see below, they have uploaded onto social a rather an old-school punk style poster bearing the words “Generational Divide” on the bottom, and if you’re a blink fan then the title should be familiar at this point.

 

Mark Hoppus recently uploaded that “Generational Divide” will be his favorite song to play when asked recently on Twitter. Hoppus balso said that with regards to new material, there will be no new material played live prior to release, so, in short, fans can hear it on the upcoming tour.

 

As for the poster, it also says the following: “PAGYMTAE,” “BOJMIR” and “REKÜF,” it’s pretty old school but we love it.

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