Update: Blink-182 have also now released a lyric video for "Rabbit Hole." Watch it in the player above.

Blink-182 are less than a month out from their new album California and they've got more music to show. The band just premiered the new song "Rabbit Hole" on Zane Lowe's World Record show on Beats 1 and you can hear it in the player below.

The track is a high-energy rocker with Travis Barker's infectious beat driving the song before the guitars kick in. As for the lyrical content, Mark Hoppus and Matt Skiba trade vocals while about being cautious in a relationship, making sure not to fall down that rabbit hole.

Skiba, who also fronts Alkaline Trio, joined the group shortly after the band became estranged from Tom DeLonge. Mark Hoppus told us earlier this year, "It wasn’t necessarily a new mindset, but it was a new experience. Matt has such an incredible, unique, emotive voice and his voice has such an awesome characteristic to it that it was awesome to have him in the studio to play off of. Matt’s vocal occupies a different space than mine does, but I think our voices combine really well and writing with Matt has just come like second nature."

"Rabbit Hole" follows on the heels of the band's current single "Bored to Death" and the humorously short song "Built This Pool." Look for Blink-182's California arriving in stores July 1. Pre-order information is available at the band's website, and you can look for Blink-182 hitting the road this summer with All-American Rejects, A Day to Remember and All Time Low. Dates can be found here.

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