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Blink-182 Pays Tribute To The Ramones In ‘Dance With Me’ Video

Band's first album with Tom DeLonge in 12 years arrives Oct. 20

Late last month, blink-182 shared a pair of reflective singles from its upcoming album, One More Time… Today (Oct. 5), the pop-punk band returned to its fun-loving roots by sharing a Ramones-inspired video for “Dance With Me.” In the Malloys-directed clip, Tom DeLonge, Mark Hoppus, and Travis Barker are dressed as the New York punk icons while channeling classic Ramones-inspired moments. The title also seemingly pays tribute to one of DeLonge’s favorite bands, Orange County punk rockers T.S.O.L., which has a song of the same name.

“Dance With Me” is the fourth song to be released from One More Time…, which is the band’s 10th studio album and first with DeLonge since 2011’s Neighborhoods. It was recorded between blink’s reunion tour dates and produced by Barker. The project will be released Oct. 20 through Columbia Records.

After nearly a decade apart, the band returned to the stage with DeLonge earlier this year, including a memorable short-notice appearance filling in for Frank Ocean at the Coachella festival. The group’s most recent album was 2019’s Nine, which featured Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba on guitar. Skiba also appeared on 2016’s California.

Blink-182 is currently on tour in Europe, and will return to the States later this month to appear at the When We Were Young festival in Las Vegas.