blink-182 has dropped off "Happy Days," the third cut off their upcoming album Bojmir (working title). Much like its predecessors "Blame It On My Youth" and the almost-minute-long "Generational Divide," the trio’s latest sonic journey is a fusion of their sounds from 1999’s Enema Of The State to their 2003 self-titled album. Although their lyrical content has definitely matured, "Happy Days" offer words of wisdom with the same guitar-driven edge and Travis Barker’s iconic drum work that turned them into pop-punk staples.
The band has just kicked off a joint North American tour with Lil Wayne and supported by Neck Deep. The two artists published a video mashup of "What’s My Age Again?" and "A Milli" in anticipation of the tour.
Stream blink-182’s "Happy Days" on Spotify and Apple Music below.
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