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Simple Plan announce “No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls” 15 year anniversary tour w/ Set It Off & Seaway

Pop-punk veterans Simple Plan have announced a US tour to celebrate the 15 year anniversary of their album “No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls.” You can find dates and locations below.

For the tour Simple Plan will be playing the entire “No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls” album as well as an extended setlist. Florida pop-punks Set It Off and Canadian pop-punks Seaway will be supporting Simple Plan for the entire tour.



Cover Art Battle (December 3rd): Transit, Simple Plan, Lowbrow & more

   
In this week’s Cover Art Battle, we have brand new releases from Transit, Simple Plan, Lowbrow, South Bay Bessie, and Take This To Heart Records (4-way split feat. No TideTraditionsKnockout Kid, and Fourth and Goal).

Check out all of the artwork for these releases and cast your votes in the poll below!

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Simple Plan streaming upcoming EP “Get Your Heart On – The Second Coming!”

Simple Plan will officially be releasing their new 7-song EP “Get Your Heart On – The Second Coming!” on December 3rd, but you can currently stream the whole thing over here.

The band released their latest album “Get Your Heart On” in June, 2011 through Atlantic Records.



Simple Plan detail upcoming EP “Get Your Heart On – The Second Coming!”

Simple Plan have officially announced they will be releasing a new 7-song EP (cover art seen above) entitled “Get Your Heart On – The Second Coming!” on December 3rd.

You can check out the tracklisting for the EP below.

The band released their latest album “Get Your Heart On” in June, 2011 through Atlantic Records.



Simple Plan aiming to release new album in early 2015

In a recent interview, Simple Plan announced they are aiming to release a new album sometime in early 2015:

“We already started working on it. It will intensify in September, we will dedicate ourselves 100% to the composition of the new songs. I have no idea how long it will take, but we will try to be in the studio maybe next spring. If we are realistic, we might release it around the beginning of 2015.

We really found that there was a balance on the last album between the more emotional tracks and the very fast pop punk songs, and they represented a good mix. I think for the next record, it will be a bit in the same vein.”

Even though you most-likely couldn’t care less about Simple Plan, we’ll keep you posted as more details on the album surface. The band released their latest album “Get Your Heart On” in June, 2011 through Atlantic Records.



Dr. Brixx releases Blink 182 / Simple Plan mashup “I’d Do the Girl at the Rock Show”

Dr. Brixx (aka that one guy who smashes shitty songs together and makes them even shittier) has released a mashup of Blink 182‘s “The Rock Show” and Simple Plan‘s “I’d Do Anything,” wittily entitled “I’d Do the Girl at the Rock Show.”

Click here if, for some odd reason, you want to check it out.

Blink 182 self-released their new EP “Dogs Eating Dogs” last December and Simple Plan released their latest album “Get Your Heart On” in June, 2011 via Atlantic Records.



Simple Plan to begin recording new songs in the fall

In a recent interviewSimple Plan guitarist Jeff Stinco announced the band’s plans to head back into the studio to record new songs for their next release (whether it will be an EP or a full-length is currently undetermined) in late September or early October.

Though you probably don’t give a damn, we’ll keep you posted as more details on the band’s next release surface. Simple Plan released their latest album “Get Your Heart On” in June, 2011 through Atlantic Records.



Simple Plan preparing new album

Simple Plan have announced that they are about to enter the studio to prepare work on their fifth studio album. Frontman Pierre Bouvier tweeted:

“Time to get my home studio up and running and start up on some new SP material!”

Simple Plan released their latest album, Get Your Heart On, in June 2011 via Atlantic Records.



Simple Plan Donate $20,000 to create jobs for Quebec youth

The Simple Plan Foundation, the official charity of the band of the same name, donated $20,000 to the Association des centres jeunesse du Québec (The Assosiation of Youth Centers in Quebec) to help create job opportunities for youth in the city.

Sébastien Lefebvre and Jeff Stinco said this to say about the issue:

“The transition to adulthood is not always easy for young people and can even be downright problematic for some of them. Not only young people in youth centers have experienced a particular path, but when they reach the age of 18, they have to take responsibility almost overnight, be self-reliant and take charge of their adult status. To accomplish this transition, which is especially demanding, they need support and, among others, to be given a ‘first opportunity’. We firmly believe that giving them a first job will facilitate their integration into society and especially contribute to value and to restore confidence in themselves and their future.”

Simple Plan released their latest album, Get Your Heart On, in June 2011 via Atlantic Records. Last April, they announced that they were going to work on a follow-up to that album.



Simple Plan release music video for “This Song Saved My Life”

Pop punk veteran act Simple Plan have released a new music video for their song “This Song Saved My Life.” The song appeared on 2011’s “Get Your Heart On”, so fans have been waiting a while for this one. Check it out here.

Simple Plan are currently working on a new EP, and have plans to write a new full length. Stay tuned for more news.



Simple Plan begin writing music for new EP

Simple Plan drummer Chuck Comeau stated in a recent interview that they have begun writing new music for their anticipated new EP, which was announced last year and is expected to be released sometime this year. He states:

“We’re actually gonna write some songs [this] week to try to add new songs. It might work, it might not work, but we’re gonna sit down and do like a two-week writing session to try to see if we can come up with another song or two songs for the project.”

Simple Plan released their latest album, Get Your Heart On, in June 2011 via Atlantic Records. Last April, they announced that they were going to work on a follow-up to that album.



Simple Plan perform “Summer Paradise” at The Big Jingle 2012

Canadian pop-punks Simple Plan took part in Toronto’s The Big Jingle concert earlier this month. Click here to check out the band’s performance of their track “Summer Paradise” from that very gig.
As you’ll notice, the clip also features the band warming up by singing “Little Drummer Boy” and “Silent Night.” Enjoy!

Simple Plan released their latest album, “Get Your Heart On,” in June 2011 via Atlantic Records.



Simple Plan to record new EP next month

Canadian pop-punks Simple Plan had previously announced plans to start recording a new album after the holidays at the end of this year. Now, it seems like they’ve moved the time frame up a tad.

The band recently caught up with Gold Coast, Australian radio station 102.9 – The Hot Tomato – for an interview in which they revealed plans to hit the studio next month (July) to begin work on a new EP. Click here to watch the whole chat.

Simple Plan’s last album, “Get Your Heart On!”, was released in June 2011 through Atlantic Records.



Watch an entire Simple Plan set from Germany

If you like Canadian pop-punkers Simple Plan and have 45 minutes to spare — or feel like slacking off at work — you can click here to watch their entire set from last night’s show in Kiel, Germany.

The band last released “Get Your Heart On!” last summer through Atlantic Records.  Just recently, the guys announced they will start working on a new album after the holidays. They’re currently touring Europe, and once they get back to this side of the Atlantic they’ll play some shows in Canada before heading down to Mexico. Check out all their upcoming shows here.



Tour: Simple Plan to hit Mexico this fall

Canadian pop-punkers Simple Plan are hitting the road for a few tour dates in Mexico in October.  You can check those out right here.

The band last released “Get Your Heart On!” last summer through Atlantic Records.  Just recently, the guys announced they will start working on a new album after the holidays.