The band went straight to the point with their latest punk-infused single “Generational Divide,” which clocks in at 50 seconds.
The song, produced by John Feldmann, sees Matt Skiba take the vocal lead while Mark Hoppus repeats the lyrics “Is it better, is it better now?/ Are we better, are we better now?”
“Generational Divide” also arrived with an accompanying music video, directed by Kevin Kerslake. The visual shows the band performing their latest single in a small room plastered with concert posters.
It is still unclear whether “Generational Divide” will appear on Blink-182’s next album, whose title and release date haven’t been announced yet. It would follow their 2016 “California,” which marked their first LP with singer and vocalist Matt Skiba.
Last May, the band unveiled another new song, “Blame It On My Youth,” also set to appear on the band’s forthcoming eighth studio album.
This summer, Blink-182 will embark on a co-headlining tour with rapper Lil Wayne. While on the road, the band will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their classic album “Enema of the State,” which they will reportedly perform on stage in its entirety.