Blink-182 kicked off the weekend with a performance on Good Morning America, revealing that their eighth studio album is just two months away.

In the middle of playing a mix of old and new tunes like "Blame It on My Youth" and "What's My Age Again," frontman Mark Hoppus shared when fans can expect the new music. "Right now, September 20 is the release date of the album," he revealed.

Though Hoppus didn't reveal a title, Blink fans now have two tastes of the forthcoming LP, as the group released a new track called "Happy Days" on July 1. "Blame It On My Youth" arrived in May as the album's lead single. The album marks the follow-up to 2016's California.

The trio — which has featured Alkaline Trio singer Matt Skiba since 2015 — are in the middle of touring North America in celebration of the 20th anniversary of their iconic 1999 album Enema of the State. The tour features Lil Wayne and Neck Deep, and will stop in Brooklyn on the night of their album release.

Check out Blink-182's album announcement and clips of their GMA performance below.