Blink-182 Celebrates 182nd Day of The Year By Sharing New Song ‘Happy Days’

Blink-182 Is Currently On Tour With Lil Wayne Celebrating The 20th Anniversary of ‘Enema Of The State’

July 1, 2019
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July 1st is the 182nd day of the year, and what better way to celebrate the 182nd day of the year, than with some Blink-182. Of course, there are a number of classic hits one could run through to celebrate the day, or fans can check out some new music from the band. To celebrate the day, Blink-182 released a new song, ‘Happy Days’ on their Instagram page.

It’s the 182nd day of the year which means it’s blink-182 day! To celebrate, here is our new song “Happy Days.” Consume it where you usually consume music. (link in bio)

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On the Instagram post, the band wrote, ““It’s the 182nd day of the year which means it’s blink-182 day! To celebrate, here is our new song “Happy Days.” Consume it where you usually consume music.” ‘Happy Days’ isn’t the only new song the band has released recently, as Blink-192 also shared ‘Generational Divide’ and Blame It On My Youth’ recently.

Blink-182 has been very busy lately as the band kicked off their 20th anniversary tour for ‘Enema Of The State’ alongside rapper Lil Wayne. Still the band had some time to celebrate the 182nd day of the year, and what better way to celebrate Blink Day than sharing some new music with the fans. For fans who can't wait to see them live, here is the setlist from their current tour:

  1. Dumpweed
    2. Don’t Leave Me
    3. Aliens Exist
    4. Going Away To College
    5. What’s My Age Again?
    6. Dysentery Gary
    7. Adam’s Song
    8. All The Small Things
    9. The Party Song
    10. Mutt
    11. Wendy Clear
    12. Anthem
    13. Down (acoustic)
    14. Wasting Time
    15. Family Reunion
    16. Feeling This
    17. Bored To Death
    18. Built This Pool
    19. I Miss You
    20. Cynical
    21. Blame It On My Youth
    22. First Date (with Blitzkrieg Bop tease)
    23. Generational Divide
    24. Dammit

Via Alt Press