Listen: Blink-182 yearn for the outside world in new song ‘Quarantine’

Guitarist Matt Skiba isn't credited on the track

Blink-182 have shared “Quarantine,” a two-minute anthem about life in lockdown.

The track comes packed with a chugging verse that explodes into a huge chorus with a political edge, as Mark Hoppus sings snarky lines like, “It’ll disappear in April, just like a miracle/ We don’t need social distance, we don’t need old people/ So throw the shop doors open/ Save our economy/ We don’t need ICU beds or PPE.”

Guitarist Matt Skiba, who joined Blink-182 after Tom DeLonge left in 2015, appears to not be credited on the track.

Listen to “Quarantine” below.