June 23, 2016


'No Future': Blink-182 Share Anthemic New 'California' Song

In exactly one week and one day the world will be blessed with CaliforniaBlink-182's first full-length LP since 2011's Neighborhoods. It's the band's first without founding member Tom DeLonge, who has been replaced by Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba. So far we've heard the lead single, "Bored to Death," the 15-second "Built This Pool," and "Brohemian Rhapsody" (though we've only experienced that one live,) and "Rabbit Hole." Today we add "No Future" to the list. If you've been following along with our complete guide to the upcoming release, you'll recall that "No Future" was also a potential album title for the comeback record.

Like the other tracks from release, it's very Mark Hoppus–vocals heavy. He sings a repetitive chorus of "they don't care about you." Listen above.

It seems like the pop-punk band has still managed to find things to be mad about and hey, that's a good thing. 

When you're done memorizing "No Future" above, take our quizzes: Which Member of Blink-182 Are You? and The Ultimate Blink-182 Trivia Quiz. Then flip through some vintage shots of the legendary band, below.