Tom Delonge, Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker: Blink-182 Preps For Reading And Leeds Festival By Bringing Back Flaming ‘F--K’ Sign
Blink-182 reportedly played a set in London last night to gear up for their Reading and Leeds Festival headlining shows, according to NME. To celebrate, and maybe give their fans a little excitement, the Enema of the State musicians brought back their famous flaming 'F**K' sign.
Appropriately displayed just behind the band, the pop-punk trio of guitarist/vocalist Tom Delonge, bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus and drummer Travis Barker performed an electrifying set of fan favorites, which included anything off of their very first release, Chesire Cat, to their latest, Neighborhoods. They even tossed in a cover of the Misfits tune, "Hybrid Moments."
And while the group did not play any material off of their newly reported upcoming album, which they'll be recording later this year, the show was still one hell of a great time.
The Reading and Leeds festival will take place between Aug. 22 and Aug 24, and will also feature headliners Queens Of The Stone Age, Paramore and Arctic Monkeys alongside Blink.
Check out a photo of the NSFW sign below via the band's Instagram page, which held the caption: "Thank you #Brixton what a great way to start out the tour. #blink182 #Europe182."
And as an added bonus, below is the full setlist from last night's Blink-182 show:
"What's My Age Again?"
"The Rock Show"
"Up All Night"
"I Miss You"
"Stay Together For The Kids"
"Dogs Eating Dogs"
"Hybrid Moments" (Misfits cover)
"Ghost On The Dancefloor"
"All The Small Things"