Blink-182 Postpones Tour to Finish Album

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Blink and they’re gone. From a European tour, at least.

The punk band Blink-182 announced on their website that they are cancelling their European tour to finish work on their new album, the New York Daily News reports.

“When we booked the tour last year, we were confident that we would have the new album out before the summer,” the band mates said in a statement.

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Turns out, they need some more time to polish up the album, their first since their 2003 self-titled debut.

The band split in 2005 after guitarist and lead vocalist Tom DeLonge wanted to spend more time with his family.

Selected Reading: NYDN, NME

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