It's time to get excited for the summer, because a Blink-182 album is said to be on the way.

Blink-182 are still going strong, even without Tom DeLonge (for a second time). Speaking to Front Row Live Ent at Musink festival in the States, Drummer Travis Barker has said that the new Blink-182 album will be "one of the most important Blink albums."

Speaking behind the scenes to the presenter, Barker said "anything goes" with their forthcoming material. He then went on to pique our interest even more, saying it will have the "same vibe" as when the band released their self-titled album back in 2003. Giving that said album featured tracks such as 'Miss You' and 'Always,' it's fair to say that we're a little bit excited abut the prospect. If you want to test your 'Blink-182' knowledge, try our lyrical quiz here.

Barker says that he and the band have worked with some pretty big names on the forthcoming album too, namely Pharrell. He also mentions The Futuristics, who have worked with artists such as Cee Lo Green and Halsey in the past.

In terms of when we'll be able to hear the album, it'll be available before Blink-182 take part in the Warped Tour, where they're set to appear at the end of June. Of course, whether Barker and fellow bandmates Mark Hoppus and Matt Skiba reach the heights of their self-titled released, remains to be seen. Skiba replaced DeLonge in 2015 as a permanent fix in the line-up, and contributed to the release of their 2016 album 'California', their seventh studio album.

Here's the full interview with Barker for you below - skip to the five minute mark to hear details about the new album.