Mark Hoppus Has Confirmed The Release Date Of The New blink-182 Album
It would seem we finally have an official release date for blink-182’s brand-new album: September 20.
Bassist Mark Hoppus confirmed the news in an interview with Good Morning America, revealing, “September 20 is the release date of the album.”
While the date is now seemingly out in the world, an actual name for the follow-up to 2016’s California is not yet known. But the pop-punk titans recently revealed that they had a couple of interesting titles in the mix – one of which, BOJMIR, might even stick.
“But we’re trying to make it fancy,” joked Mark. “It’s rimjob spelled backwards but it’s pronounced ‘boh-mir’ – the ‘j’ is silent in this iteration.”
Mark also recently explained why there was a tiny delay in new material, revealing that the creative juices have been flowing this time around.
“We keep writing more and more songs and the songs keep getting better and better,” he said. “Originally I thought we were going to have an album out in June, but we keep adding more songs.”
Anyway, check out the band’s new interview on GMA below:
ICONS! @Blink182 has been delivering hits for over 2 decades and has sold over 50 million albums. And guess what?… https://t.co/7u9HDPu1Dy— Good Morning America (@GMA) Fri Jul 19 12:48:15 +0000 2019
Catch blink-182 with Lil Wayne and Neck Deep at the following dates this year on their Enema Of The State 20th anniversary tour:
20 Virginia Beach, VA, Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
21 Columbia, MD, Merriweather Post Pavilion
23 Charlotte, NC, PNC Music Pavilion
25 West Palm Beach, FL, Coral Sky Amphitheatre
26 Tampa, FL, MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
27 Atlanta, GA, Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood
29 Jacksonville, FL, Daily’s Place
31 Houston, TX, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
1 Austin, TX, Austin360 Amphitheater
2 Dallas, TX, The Dos Equis Pavilion
4 El Paso, TX, Don Haskins Center*
5 Phoenix, AZ, Ak-Chin Pavilion
7 San Diego, CA, North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
8 Los Angeles, CA, The Forum
27 Irvine, CA, FivePoint Amphitheatre
30 Portland, OR, Sunlight Supply Amphitheater
31 Seattle, WA, White River Amphitheatre
2 Salt Lake City, UT, USANA Amphitheatre
4 Denver, CO, Pepsi Center
6 Wichita, KS, Hartman Arena*
7 Council Bluffs, IA, Stir Cove*
8 Kansas City, MO, Providence Medical Center Amphitheater
10 Detroit, MI, DTE Energy Music Theatre
13 Chicago, IL, Riot Fest*
14 St. Louis, MO, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
16 Cincinnati, OH, Riverbend Music Center
22 Columbus, OH, Nationwide Arena
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