Blink-182's eighth studio album, Nine follows-up 2016's California, the Grammy-nominated veteran pop punk trio's first with guitarist/singer Matt Skiba after the departure of founding singer/guitarist Tom DeLonge. "I think we're taking everything that we've done in the past and building on it. Which is what we want to always be doing," Mark Hoppus notes. "I think it's a good combination of fast punk rock stuff, modern production, and taking a lot of risks and experimentation." The band described "anything goes" 15-track affair is introduced by the promising singles "Happy Days," "Generational Divide," "Blame It On My Youth" and "Darkside."