According to The Pulse Of Radio, BLINK-182 is apparently planning to release an EP after the arrival of its new full-length studio LP, which is due out later this year.
The news comes courtesy of BLINK drummer Travis Barker, who was asked by fashion influencer Kerwin Frost in a recent interview about a track the band recorded with rapper Lil Uzi Vert and rapper/producer Pharrell Williams.
Barker explained: "BLINK just did a song with Uzi. That's the most mind-blowing thing ever — with Pharrell." He also said, "It's not gonna come out on the album — it's gonna come out probably on the EP that comes later this year."
BLINK recently shared a new song called "Happy Days". The track follows "Blame It On My Youth" and "Generational Divide" as the third offering from the trio's new LP, which is tentatively titled "Bojmir".
BLINK is currently on its 20th anniversary tour for "Enema Of The State", playing the entire 1999 breakthrough album from front to back. The band plays on its own in Holmdel, New Jersey on Tuesday (July 8) before resuming with tour partners Lil Wayne and Neck Deep.
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