Tom DeLonge Talks Blink-182 Regrets And Previews Musical Comeback


Former Blink-182 singer/guitarist shared a self-titled era photo of himself on Instagram yesterday with the caption: “I got no regrets right now.” The Blink-182 hit “Feeling This” starts with the lyrics: “I got to regret right now.” Blink-182 fans have interpreted this as a sign from DeLonge that he might be regretting his decision to leave the band in 2015.

A clip has also surfaced of DeLonge playing a riff idea for a new song. DeLonge has not toured since 2014, his last tour with Blink-182. See DeLonge’s Instagram post and the video clip below.

"I got no regrets right now…"

A photo posted by Official Tom DeLonge (@tomdelonge) on

// heard him playing from the other room, playing acoustic at home for twenty+ years is everything ??? #workinprogress

A video posted by J E N N I F E R D E L O N G E (@jenniferdelonge) on

Check out this story from October 2016:

Wikileaks recently released the e-mails of John Podesta, the head of Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign, exposing the corruption of Clinton’s campaign and the Clinton Foundation. The e-mails included correspondence between Podesta and former Blink-182 singer/guitarist Tom DeLonge about the existence of aliens.

DeLonge, seemingly sarcastically, tweeted yesterday, “I did the cyber attack today as retaliation for the Podesta leaks.. but I did it wrong and fucked up the internet. #sorry.”

DeLonge’s tweet is in reference to Twitter and other major websites going down yesterday.

He also wrote on Instagram, “I am still here. Wikileaks really messed some important stuff up. What seems like ridiculous subject matter to most, is of massive importance to admirable National Security Leadership. It’s easy to poke fun about the topic from an armchair, but unless you’re invited to the meetings I have been a part of, then…no more laughing. Big things are coming. Project is still on, believe it or not, things just got bigger. #SekretMachines.”

In one of the Wikileaks e-mails from 2015, DeLonge says he would to introduce Mr. Podesta to two very important people involved in issues “relating to our sensitive topic.”

“I think you will find them very interesting, as they were principal leadership relating to our sensitive topic. Both were in charge of most fragile divisions, as it relates to Classified Science and DOD topics. Other words, these are A-Level officials. Worth our time, and as well the investment to bring all the way out to you,” Mr. DeLonge writes.

In another email from 2016, DeLonge writes that he has been working with a former military official.

“He just has to say that out loud, but he is very, very aware- as he was in charge of all of the stuff. When Roswell crashed, they shipped it to the laboratory at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. General McCasland was in charge of that exact laboratory up to a couple years ago,” Mr. DeLonge wrote, referring to the Roswell conspiracy theory that the U.S. government recovered an alien vessel in 1947. The military maintains that the crash at Roswell was a surveillance balloon.