Blink-182 Are Playing 'Enema of the State' in Its Entirety for the Album's 20th Anniversary

Blink-182 Are Playing 'Enema of the State' in Its Entirety for the Album's 20th Anniversary
Tom DeLonge is using his post-pop-punk platform to declare that aliens exist via a new History Channel series, but he won't be the one singing "Aliens Exist" with Blink-182 this spring when the band performs their seminal album Enema of the State in its entirety.

The classic pop album is turning 20 this year, and Mark Hoppus revealed that Blink are planning to perform it in full when they play drummer Travis Barker's Back to the Beach festival. Blink are headlining the fest, which takes place in Huntington Beach on April 27 and 28.

Hoppus revealed the news in a tweet, although he still said "I think" meaning it might not be a set-in-stone plan just yet.
 

Either way, if they do follow through with this plan, it seems like a perfect opportunity to get Tom back in the fold. Here's hoping!

As previously reported, Blink-182 are also working on their next album, which will apparently feature Pharrell Williams.