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You Can Now Stream Blink-182’s First Album Without Tom DeLonge, In Full

Written by Emmy Mack on July 2, 2016

The wait is over kiddies!

Blink-182‘s 7th studio LP – and their first without prodigal son/alien enthusiast Tom DeLonge – has arrived in full to await your judgement.

California, which features Matt “Alkaline Trio” Skiba on guitar and shared vocals, was produced by Goldfinger mastermind John Feldmann, who reckons the disc is “one of the best records I’ve ever made in my life”.

Not to brag, but we got to cop a sneaky listen to the disc a few weeks back, and our reviewer dubbed it an “all-around surprising, multifaceted and fun record”, but added that “for many, it’s also just… not Blink-182”.

Some of the songs to pay extra attention to on your first listen are the band’s next planned singles, She’s Out Of Her Mind and Home.

While you’ll find some surprising (but hopefully enjoyable) curveballs in Los Angeles, No Future, San Diego and the titular California.

Catch the full stream via Spotify below (it’s also available via Apple Music), or else check out our review, Blink-182’s CaliforniaWhy You’ll Love It & Why You Might Hate It, here.

Enjoy!

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