Multi-platinum superstars blink-182 are back with “Up All Night.” The trio’s first new song in eight years, “Up All Night” made its radio debut tonight (July 14) at 5:00 pm PST/8 pm EST on Los Angeles’ KROQ-FM (Listen to it here). “Up All Night,” the lead single from the band’s forthcoming album (title to be revealed shortly), is available for streaming on the band’s website www.blink182.com.
In August, blink-182 will hit the road with My Chemical Romance as part of the 2011 Honda Civic Tour, which will reach 38 U.S. cities. In addition, blink-182 will be touring throughout Canada. Details about all tour dates can be found on www.hondacivictour.com as well as the band’s web site.
With their energized pop-savvy sound, blink-182 spearheaded a new school punk scene. Since their 1994 full-length debut, blink-182 has sold over 11 million albums and filled arenas and stadiums both in the U.S. and worldwide. All six of their albums have been certified either gold or double platinum, with 1999’s Enema of the State selling more than 4 million copies. In 2005, blink-182 announced they were going on an indefinite hiatus. They came back together four years later and began work on their new album.