After an eight-year hiatus, Blink-182 are coming back with another album — and fans will be able to get their first taste of the new music Friday.

The band will debut its new single, ‘Up All Night,’ on Los Angeles’ KROQ at 7:30 a.m., but if you aren’t within reach of the station’s signal, don’t fret: the track, which drummer Travis Barker has described as “heavy,” will also be available on the band’s website.

‘Up All Night’ serves as the first recorded fruits of Blink’s 2009 reunion, which ended the acrimonious split that engulfed the band after they released their self-titled fifth album in 2003. According to the latest quotes from guitarist Tom DeLonge, the new Blink record should be in stores “sometime in September.”

[PopCrush]