Published Nov 21, 2019If you're looking for some pop-punk holiday spirit this year, Travis Barker has hinted that Blink-182 might have a Christmas song on the way.
The drummer appeared in the YouTube-iest video of all time alongside his daughter Alabama Barker and host Hannah Stocking, where the three go head to head in a rapidfire Jenga match/booger-flavoured jellybean eating competition alongside Q&A style interviewing.
Around the six-minute mark, Stocking asks Barker what music he's currently listening to. In addition to XXXTentatcion and tourmate Lil Wayne, the drummer notes that he's also been listening to a Christmas song that he "just made with [his] band Blink."
It wouldn't be the first time the band got festive in the recording studio. Blink-182 released a pop-punk Christmas anthem "I Won't Be Home for Christmas" back in 2001. You can revisit that below.
Could this tune be released in time for the holidays? Is it a cover of "Last Christmas"? Are Blink the next artists to be announced as SNL performers?
So far, nothing has been announced officially, so stay tuned in the weeks leading up to the holidays — when we hope everything will be revealed — and watch the goofy interview below in the meantime.