Published Aug 06, 2020Omnipresent pop-punk mainstays Blink-182 have finally made good on their promise to release a new song called "Quarantine." And if you're not pleased with the band's post-Tom DeLonge material to date, you may find something to enjoy here.
The song is a blistering fast skate-punk tune that doesn't really sound like old Blink-182, instead coming across like a cut from Millencolin, the Offspring, Bad Religion or NOFX.
Further, there are no vocals or guitar from Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba. It's unclear where he stands with the band at this point, but the song is just credited to Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and co-writer Brian Lee.
Blink-182's "Quarantine" can be streamed in full below.