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Travis Barker confirms blink-182 will release a new album this year

Will there be a new blink-182 album this year? Travis Barker answers with an emphatic YES”!

The members of blink-182 have been using their time in the coronavirus pandemic productively – from releasing lockdown skate-punk single Quarantine, to writing more new music. And while Travis Barker has also been busy helping his pal Machine Gun Kelly take over the world of pop-punk, the drummer has confirmed that we can expect a new record from him main band this year.

Taking to Instagram to share a black-and-white photo of himself with the caption GRATEFUL”, the sticksman was asked in the comments if there are any new blink-182 albums dropping this year”, to which Travis responded with a very emphatic YES”. So there you go.

Read this: The 20 greatest blink-182 songs – ranked

Back in May 2020, Travis revealed of his workload within the COVID situation: You really don’t have anything else to do so you really just start to get creative. I slowly started going to the studio and just really tapping in with artists that were also quarantined and worked on projects. And I think everyone is so grateful and fortunate to be able to make music and just be alive, seize the opportunities and be creative and make great music.”

Check out his comment below:

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Posted on January 6th 2021, 1:42p.m.
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