February 3, 2015

Over the weekend, singer and guitarist Tom DeLonge posted clips of what may have been two new songs he was working on for Blink-182 at his Instagram account.

DeLonge did not post titles for the clips but captioned them with the hashtags “#SongsWithoutAHome” and “#March1st.” It is not clear if DeLonge plans to release the two full tunes on that date.

Blink Tom Delonge

When asked by a fan if the first song was meant to be a Blink-182 track, DeLonge responded with an emoji of clapping hands, insinuating that the question was correct.

Blink-182 came apart last week after bassist Mark Hoppus and drummer Travis Barker announced that they were going to begin rehearsals for an upcoming festival appearance without DeLonge.

The pair later claimed that DeLonge did not really want to be part of the band anymore, alleging that all their communication was through his manager, who indicated that DeLonge was “out.”

DeLonge countered that he was still part of the group, but that other commitments will keep him away for Blink for most of the rest of the year.

Hoppus and Barker have begun rehearsing with Matt Skiba from Alkaline Trio on guitar and vocals, and plan to perform at the Musink Festival over the weekend of March 20th to 22nd in Costa Mesa, California