Review: Simple Plan’s ‘Taking One For The Team’ Perfectly Blends Familiar Pop Punk & New Experimentation

Simple Plan's new album, Taking One For The Team, has been long in the making. The band first started writing for it in 2014, and after premiering "Boom" live at the end of the year, they kicked off 2015 by entering the studio to officially begin recording. Since last spring, Simple Plan has released a…

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Simple Plan Reveals Full ‘Taking One For The Team’ Tracklist

Simple Plan's long-awaited fifth studio album, Taking One For The Team, will finally be released on February 19, 2016. The record has had three singles so far - "Boom," "I Don't Wanna Be Sad," and "I Don't Wanna Go To Bed" - and now the band has revealed the full track listing, including 11 additional…

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Simple Plan Announces New Album ‘Taking One For The Team’ Out In February

After months of teasing and fun singles, Simple Plan is finally ready to announce the title and release date of their upcoming 5th studio album: Taking One For The Team will be out on February 19, 2016. The long-awaited album has been in the making for more than a year, and early estimates predicted the album…

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Simple Plan’s Pierre Bouvier Reveals Two New Song Titles For Upcoming Album

Simple Plan is finishing up their fifth studio album, and although it's still a few months away from release,  they have just revealed a few new song titles and info on collaborations. Frontman Pierre Bouvier did a live Facebook chat with excited fans today, and told his thousands of viewers about some of the new tracks. "I…

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Simple Plan Drops Baywatch-Themed Video For “I Don’t Wanna Go To Bed”

Simple Plan is getting ready to release their fifth studio album, and after a summer packed with promo singles, the band has finally released their official lead single: "I Don't Wanna Go To Bed" has a slick funky groove, amplified by blasting horns and well-placed falsetto vocals. Rapper Nelly also features on the track, bringing the "Summer…

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