Blink-182 fans were curious when drummer Travis Barker tweeted a four-letter swear without context earlier this week. “F–k” read Tuesday’s post and had a lot of questions that were finally answered on Wednesday (8th February).
“Yesterday in rehearsal I was hitting the drums and I hit my finger so hard that I dislocated it and tore a ligament.” It was unclear if the injury would affect the band’s tour plans in support of the album. A spokesperson for the group did not return requests for additional comment at press time.
In January, DeLonge teased that the collection was “the best album I’ve ever made” and assured fans that it needed to be “tightened up”. is personally stumped and so proud of what we have created together: fun, eternal youth, and most of all, as one united force of dear friends.”
DeLonge, who rejoined the band in 2022 after leaving for a second time in 2014, tagged bandmates drummer Travis Barker and singer-bassist Mark Hoppus in a post about the trio’s long-awaited sequel in 2019. attached. Ninethe second and final studio work, featuring fill-in third member Matt Skiba (Alkaline Trio).
The release date and title of the new album have yet to be announced, but the collection’s first single, “EDGING,” was a huge hit on alternative radio.
The reunited trio’s massive world tour kicks off March 11th at the Imperial GNP Festival in Tijuana, Mexico, and tours South America and Mexico through April 2nd before heading to North America on May 4th. I am planning to move. He’s Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota. These dates will continue until his July 16th Nashville gig at Bridgestone’s arena before moving to Europe in September and Australia/New Zealand in early 2024.
See Barker’s tweet below.