For the first time in ten years, Travis Barker, Mark Hoppus, and Tom DeLonge have reunited with a massive global trek that will include stops in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, North America, and Europe. It will start in March 2023 and run until February 2024. 

Blink-182's tour will also consist of a stop at Lollapalooza (alongside Billie Eilish and Drake). They will also appear at the 'We Were Young' festival (alongside Green Day.) While this is exciting for fans, there is something even more exciting for those who enjoy both Blink-182 and cryptocurrency.

Lil Bubble, a crypto enthusiast, reworked a famous Blink 182 song into an ode to the tribulations of the bear market.

The song is available on his criminally underappreciated YouTube channel, dedicated to rewriting popular pop songs into stories about shitcoins and other crypto topics.

Forever Long is one of the channel's other redesigned hits.

Travis Barker, the drummer for Blink-182, has recently risen to even greater fame after getting cozy with one of the Kardashians. Barker and Kourtney Kardashian married in Italy in May of this year in a religious ceremony.

It seemed like a great time to repump the band’s card with a tour while they were at the peak of their popularity.

NFTs and Blink-182

Barker has a long history with Web3. He recently teamed up with Limewire to release an NFT collection. Limewire was a peer-to-peer file-sharing platform that was used by friends to share pirated music. It has since reopened as an NFT marketplace. The platform also announced at the site's launch that the first digital collectibles on the site would be from Barker.

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Oct 16, 2022
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