Tom DeLonge was recently interviewed by Pop&Rock in the Czech Republic, and he discussed possible Blink-182 reunion.
Question: So, is there a chance you’ll get back together with blink-182?
Answer: Sure, we’re always talking about it. That’s our goal. But we’re all very busy right now. Mark is undergoing a difficult treatment. It is not easy for us to find a time window that would work for everyone. I think it will happen one day, at least I hope so, but it’s not that simple. I have Angels & Airwaves, I make movies and I’m also a father. It is not easy to do something when you have to constantly take care of your children.
Tom DeLonge also recently told Apple Music’s Zane Lowe about recommitting his focus on Angels & Airwaves.
“You know, there was a time … not that many years ago, I didn’t know if I was going to play music anymore. I mean, I was recording music with Angels and Airwaves, but since I left blink, I was just building my company to the stars. I got involved with the people from the government and I was doing all that stuff. I was really thinking I wasn’t going to be doing music professionally or as a full-time thing. I went through this crazy divorce that was really sad and tragic and dealing with that with the kids and family and whatever.
And I was like, “Okay, I think I need to figure out who I am, deep down in a visceral DNA level.” So I went back out with Angels and it just ignited and I was like, “Oh my God, this band’s been growing.” I was just putting out little EPs on my own every year or something. And then I was like, “It’s time to do this for real,” and so we did. And then the pandemic hit and I was like, “Well, I can keep working on this record and really care and make it better.” And then I did a movie that goes along with it, that’s coming out later. And I just ended up becoming everything Angels and Airwaves was meant to be, this trans media art project about humanity.”