blink-182 has dropped their newest single,”Blame It On My Youth.”
While the track undoubtedly follows the distinct sonic arrangement of their earlier work, there is an evident attempt from the trio to experiment with modern sounds. Mark Hoppus and Matt Skiba’s lyricism retraces their childhood, describing what it was like in the ’70s and ’80s with little anecdotes and historically relevant references such as “I was raised on Ritalin” and “I’ve been lost since 1999,” the year their most popular album Enema of the State came out.
Stream blink-182’s “Blame It On My Youth” on Spotify and Apple Music and watch the lyric video above.
In case you missed it, the pop-punk trio will be going on a co-headlining Summer tour with Lil Wayne this year.