Blink-182 are in the studio right now, potentially recording their eighth album. Photos of Mark Hoppus and Matt Skiba were shared on Skiba’s Instagram, with both singers in the vocal booth recording something new.

If a new Blink album is immanent, it would be their first since releasing California in 2016. Skiba writes, “GREAT DAY on the job today with my brother @markhoppus. #feellikemakinsong #pablohorny.”

Fans have already praised the Pablo Horny hashtag, demanding it be the title of Blink’s next album as a pseudo-tribute to Radiohead’s classic Pablo Honey.

Meanwhile, the Chainsmokers tweeted that they’ve written a song with Blink, with Hoppus offering confirmation:

That piece of news was received less positively by fans, as an avalanche of GIFs stated disapproval from the Twitter universe. When asked exactly why Blink chose the Chainsmokers to collaborate with, Hoppus replied:

Could Blink-182 join the gigantic list of rock and metal bands releasing new material in 2019? Stay tuned as updated continue to pour in.

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