Blink-182 Unleash New Track ‘Rabbit Hole’ From Forthcoming Album ‘California’

You’ve had a little bit of time to let the first Tom DeLonge-free Blink-182 single to settle in and now they’ve hit us with another one off their forthcoming album.

Rabbit Hole follows on from Bored To Death and brings exactly what you would expect from a Blink song – ferocious percussion, a racing tempo and bratty vocals.

At just under three minutes, it’s a short but plentiful cut that features the vocals of both Mark Hoppus and Matt Skiba.

We’re nearing the release of the band’s first album without DeLonge California. It’ll be out 1st July and for those who feel like they’ve been starved of new Blink material since the release of their last album Neighbourhoods in 2011, they’ve jammed it with 16 tracks, so there’s plenty to be consumed.

“There are a lot of different elements on the record. But I think there’s a common core in all of the songs,” Hoppus told Music Feeds about what to expect from the LP.

He also said the band are looking at ways to get to Australia but it’s difficult because drummer Travis Barker doesn’t fly after a near-fatal plane crash in 2008.

Listen: Blink-182 – Rabbit Hole

Latest on Music Feeds

Load more