No blink-182 reunion according to Tom
That, DeLonge says, means that the band has enough material for him to leave his highly-successful Blink-182 years behind.
Of this Sunday's concert, the 32-year-old told The New Paper in a phone interview from San Diego: 'I can understand if people in the audience want Blink-182 songs, because we never came here.
'But I don't think we need to play any of them. AVA is already an established band.'
Likewise, DeLonge quashed talk that his former band might reunite.
Band members got in touch again after the 18 Sep private jet crash which badly burnt former bandmate, drummer Travis Barker.
Blink-182's former bassist Mark Hoppus (now with another punk rock band +44) recently blogged that DeLonge, Barker and him had been 'reconnecting' and hinted that a reunion might be possible.
When asked about it, DeLonge gave monosyllabic answers.
Yes, he has met with Barker since the accident. Yes, he is still in touch with his former bandmates. But no, the reunion won't happen.
- The Electric New Paper
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