Watch Blink-182 Debut Unreleased Song During North American Tour Opener

By Katrina Nattress

June 21, 2024

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Blink-182 kicked off their North American tour on Thursday night (June 20) in Orlando, Florida, and gave fans quite the spectacle. The trio played hits, brushed off rarities, and covered songs from their side projects +44 and Box Car Racer, but the most surprising part of their 26-song set came around the midway mark when the band debuted a new, unreleased song called "Can't Go Back."

"Alright Orlando, we're gonna play a f***in' new song that no one has ever heard. Not even management, not our f***in' agents, not f***in' anybody. We just wrote this song and we're gonna play it tonight," Mark Hoppus told the crowd.

"Not even your mom when I call her up at 2 AM," Tom DeLonge chimed in.

Mark took on vocal duties for the first verse and chorus of the somber track, and then Tom added harmonies.

Watch fan-shot footage of blink-182 premiering "Can't Go Back" and check out the full set list below. (The song starts around the 4:45 mark.)

Blink-182 North American Tour Opener Setlist 6/20/2023

Feeling This

The Rock Show

Man Overboard

Aliens Exist

DANCE WITH ME

Obvious (First live performance since 2018; first time with Tom since 2013)

Bored to Death

EDGING

Up All Night

MORE THAN YOU KNOW

M+M’s (First live performance since 2016; first time with Tom since 2013)

Stay Together for the Kids

Not Now (Extended drum solo with Travis suspended above the stage)

Can’t Go Back (World premiere; unreleased song)

I Miss You

Down

When Your Heart Stops Beating (+44 cover) (Partial; first verse and chorus)

There Is (Box Car Racer cover) (Partial; first verse and chorus)

FUCK FACE

ANTHEM PART 3

Always

What’s My Age Again?

First Date

All the Small Things

Dammit

ONE MORE TIME

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