Why Blink-182 is Back

Amanda Petrusich writes about Blink-182's nostalgic resurgence: The grievances and pleasures Blink-182’s songs express—the dumbness of adults, how weird sex is, how cool jokes are, how lonesome life can be—are the kinds of things that get worried over most loudly from ages twelve to eighteen. It’s tempting to think that our emotions become more complex … Continue reading Why Blink-182 is Back