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Listen to blink-182’s New Skate Punk Song ‘Quarantine’

blink-182 have shared a new song called ‘Quarantine’. Evidently written over the past few months, the track was recorded by longtime members Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker and co-written by Brian Lee, with no involvement from singer/guitarist Matt Skiba, who replaced Tom DeLonge in 2015, Exclaim reports. Listen to it below.

“Quarantine, f*ck this disease,” Hoppus sings during the chorus of the new track. “I’d rather be on Star Tours or stuck at the DMV/ Quarantine, no not for me/ I thought that things were f*cked up in 2019/ F*ck quarantine.”

blink-182 released their latest album, Nine, in 2019. Recently, drummer Travis Barker joined forces with Run the Jewels for a joint single titled ‘Forever’, which was one of our favourites of that week. Yesterday also saw the release of a Mark Hoppus-approved tribute to blink-182’s Dude Ranch, featuring contributions from Joyce Manor, Rozwell Kid, Adult Mom, Spirit Night, Lisa Prank, Retirement Party, and more.

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