Reunited punk trio Blink-182 have already started work on their comeback album, less than three months after announcing they had reconciled.
The trio shocked the music world with their reunion plans in February and now frontman Mark Hoppus reveals they are already writing new songs and planning a tour.
He told Billboard.com: "We started writing a few months ago and got well into the writing process, but now we've kind of put the recording of the next album on hold and are doing rehearsals for the upcoming tour.
"We're still booking the Blink tour for this summer, so we'll see how that all ends up working out."
Hoppus and bandmates Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker announced their reformation onstage at the 2009 Grammy Awards. They split up in 2005.