By Clark Collis
Updated July 15, 2011 at 04:02 PM EDT
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The last time Blink-182 released new material, people loved Harry Potter movies and talking about Britney Spears.

Yes, in some ways, the world hasn’t changed a whole lot since 2003. And Blink sound similarly unaltered on their new track, the thunderous, midtempo rocker “Up All Night.”

“Up All Night” is the lead single from the trio’s forthcoming, currently untitled studio CD. Back in February, drummer Travis Barker told EW that the album sounded like “where you would think Blink would be right now if you left off with our last album with us, and you follow[ed] each of our careers, and you know what we’ve done [since].”

You can check out “Up All Night” below. Give it a listen and tell us what you think:

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