Tom DeLonge Isn’t Happy With This Blink-182 Cover

Blink-182 recently kicked off their much-anticipated world tour. The tour kicked off last Thursday (May 4) at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota. Over the course of the tour, they’ve played several fan favorites, as well as covers of other classics. They recently played Taylor Swift’s song.

Blink-182 gives a magical touch to Taylor Swift

During a stop at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit last night (May 9), the band played tribute to an artist who is also on a high-grossing tour of her own. Turning one of Taylor Swift‘s signature songs into a pop-punk crossover banger, the band sang her 2012 hit, “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”

This cover came as the band was closing out a performance of their breakthrough single, “Dammit,” as singer Mark Hoppus smoothly transitioned into the Swift song. With rolling percussion and electrifying guitars, Blink gave the song a special touch that would’ve made “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” as much as a bop had it been released in the early aughts.

This isn’t the first time Hoppus has expressed his fandom toward Swift. Back in 2021, he shouted out another one of her hit singles, “Look What You Made Me Do,” from her 2017 album, Reputation, though, at the time, some Swifties interpreted the tweet as him mocking the song. But it appears there is no bad blood between him and Swift. Tom DeLonge though clearly wasn’t pleased with the Swift song.

Blink-182 made a surprise appearance at Coachella earlier this month and the band’s classic lineup of Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge, and Travis Barker officially kicked off their first tour together in nearly a decade. Taking the stage at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota the pop-punk trio had ran through a 25-song setlist. Notably, the show Blink-182 perform “Cynical” and “Bored to Death,” two songs recorded and released by the band with Matt Skiba following DeLonge’s departure in 2015. Additionally, Blink dusted off “Adam’s Song” for the first time with DeLonge since 2009.

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