Up All Night (single)
Also toeing the line between youth and adulthood are the 30-something musicians from Blink-182, who’ve reunited after a half-decade break. The former kings of late ‘90s pop-punk will release a new album, “Neighborhoods,” this fall. In the meantime, fans can get a taste of what’s to come by downloading “Up All Night,” the album’s lead single.
With its stadium-sized guitar riffs and atmospheric keyboards, “Up All Night” owes a lot to Angels & Airwaves, the anthemic side project that guitarist/vocalist Tom DeLonge launched during the early days of Blink-182’s hiatus. The song doesn’t swing for the fences as overzealously as that band did, though, and it connects with more force.
But after such a long absence, are the old fans still listening?
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