WATCH: Blink-182 Share Lyric Video For New Song ‘Parking Lot’

Blink-182 just keeps it coming. After the release of their album California in 2016, the band are keeping up momentum with new music. The rockers today (Mar. 16) shared a lyric video for their latest song “Parking Lot”.

It’s a throwback to growing up in suburbia and finding your own space, as Matt Skiba sings: “Remember the days we would drink on the train on the way to the show/ Chicago!/ Naked Raygun live at the Cabaret Metro/ $10 to get into a fight you can’t win/ Boots and braces, yellow laces, oxblood traces of the night before.”

The song will likely make its way onto a deluxe release of California, expected out May 19.

“There is the most insane deluxe album coming. I feel like it’s better than California, if you can imagine that,” Travis Barker told KROQ’s Kevin & Bean back in January. “We got in the studio for 2 weeks a couple of weeks ago and we wrote 13 or 14 songs.”

The group are gearing up for their spring tour, which kicks off Mar. 22 in Austin, Texas. There are currently no Canadian dates.

***WARNING: Explicit language***

Watch the lyric video for “Parking Lot” below: