Blink-182 Shares Third New Song From Upcoming Album

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Blink-182 has shared a third new song from its upcoming album, called "Happy Days." The track follows "Blame It On My Youth" and "Generational Divide" as the latest offering from the trio's new LP, which is tentatively titled Bojmir and due out later this year.

Bassist Mark Hoppus explained on Beats One, "‘Happy Days' is . . . about coming from a place of frustration and anger and saying, ‘F**ck it,’ and just saying, ‘I want to go to better times. I want to be in a better place and I’m going to leave all this nonsense behind and find my zone.’ That was done in (drummer) Mr. Travis Barker’s lab."

Meanwhile, Blink began its 20th anniversary tour for Enema Of The State with Lil Wayne and Neck Deep this past weekend, playing the entire 1999 breakthrough album from front to back. The group dedicated the song "Aliens Exist" to ex-bandmate Tom DeLonge, whose research into UFO phenomena was the main reason he left Blink in late 2015.

Blink next plays in Noblesville, Indiana on Wednesday (July 3rd).