Not only do I enjoy and appreciate the works of Blink 182 but I also think that their smash albums were miles better then then early work. Sometimes the radio gets it right. While I'm not particularly engaged with their current comeback attempt, this folk-song-with-a-beat, "Boxing Day", at least proves the band is trying to do more than re-capture old glories.
Truth be known, I still prefer their earlier attempt at a seasonal standard, the crude-but-catchy, "I Won't be Home for Christmas":
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