Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker has opened up about how he intends to journey to the band’s upcoming Uk tour – after he developed a worry about flying after being in an aircraft crash. The ‘What’s My Age Again’ pop-punk trio will bring their new album ‘California’ lower back to the United Kingdom next July, but Barker received his touring by aircraft with the rest of the band. The drummer became seriously injured in a plane crash in 2008, with the following tension and depression so super that he ‘offered a friend $ 1 million to kill him’.
“For me, there’s simplest one way to get there, and that’s on a boat,” Barker instructed Radio X of his journey planes for the UK excursion. “It’s like ten days.”


He went on: “What works for me is I spend the time running out; I normally run an hour and a half an afternoon ’motive our suggests are approximately an hour and a half. I normally play drums 2-3 hours an afternoon, after which I generally bring a studio and that I work on manufacturing and song for other artists that I’m working with”. Barker added: “Each person on the boat is extremely good supportive,” said the forty-12 months-old star. “I play with some of the bands at the Queen Mary 2. And even some of the workers have a band wherein they play covers, and I dangle out with them and play drums with them.”

  • Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (July 3)
  • Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (July 4)
  • Leeds, First Direct Arena (July 5)
  • Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena (July 7)
  • Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena (July 9)
  • Glasgow, The SSE Hydro (July 11)
  • Manchester, Area (July 14)
  • Liverpool, Echo Arena (July 15)
  • Bournemouth, BIC (July 17)
  • London, The O2 (July 19)