Blink-182 released their first single as part of their new deal with Columbia Records this week, a throw back to their teen angst years.
The song is the first release from Blink's upcoming album, but no release date or title as been announced as of yet.
Produced by Tim Pagnotta (Neon Trees, Walk the Moon), 'Blame It On My Youth' is accompanied by a lyric video which you can watch above.
Here are a small taste of the song's feel: "I wasn't made for the good life/ I ended up getting stuck on the side of the road/ I tripped and fell on hard times/ Tough breaks are the only kind I know," Skiba sings in the second verse. "I was left on a doorstep/ I was scared to death with nowhere we go/ Cut myself on the neighbor's fence/ That I hopped as the cops tried to take me in."