Travis Barker of blink-182 talks about the new album

Travis Barker, drummer of blink-182 have talked with Billboard about the new album.

Q:Interesting. What makes you compare it to the self-titled?

A: I feel like [2016’s] California was similar to [1999’s] Enema of the State and [2001’s] Take Off Your Pants and Jacket: reestablishing the band, giving fans what they really want and expect from Blink. Now that we got that out of our system naturally, we’re not writing like that this time. It’s more experimental. It’s not like you’re listening and thinking, "Oh I’ve heard that before, oh I can compare this to this other song." With this album we’re reestablishing new songs, new rhythms, new ideas.

Where I look back at California, you could compare “Cynical” to other fast songs we’ve done. I could put “She’s Out of Her Mind” down as a brother-sister record to “Rock Show” or “First Date.” The songs on the new album don’t have any brothers or sisters. They don’t sound like anything we’ve done before. Songs on self-titled like “Feeling This” and “I Miss You,” I really feel like those didn’t sound like anything Blink had touched on before. I just know were doing that again. That’s exciting to me.

Read the entire interview right here.