The pop-punk legends tease fans with cryptic clues and unveil a potential album title
Blink-182, the iconic pop-punk trio, has just revealed the long-awaited release date for their upcoming music. In a series of tantalizing hints, the band shared a mysterious website and posters adorned with their logo and the phrase “One more time…”. Speculation is rife that this could be the title of their new album or a lead single.
Visiting the website treated fans to a medley of classic Blink-182 songs, followed by a tantalizing snippet of fresh material. The excitement escalated when the band unveiled a cryptic digital clock in a subsequent post. The clock now reads 9:21, alternating between AM and PM, strongly suggesting that the new music will drop on September 21.
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