Album #6

Release date: possibly 2019
Producer: ???
Studio: ???
Song-writing sessions: since fall 2018
Recording-sessions: possibly in 2019
Current status: songwriting

Songs:

Pierre took to his Instagram Stories in January 2019 to share his excitement over the songs him and Chuck got so far. According to Pierre: “There’s like 4, 5 songs that I think might be the best we’ve ever written. The new record is going to be phenomenal!”

Style of the record:

In February 2018, in an interview for The 13th Floor, Pierre mentioned that the band would like to continue in a pop-punk direction with their next album.

In this spirit, Jeff also revealed in an interview for EatThisMusic.com that Simple Plan know which way they would like to take their new album and hinted that it should be a modernized version of their debut album.

Simple Plan also seem to be willing to rely on their fans’ own suggestions as to which direction the band should take with the new album. In January 2019, Pierre asked his fans via Instagram Stories to let him know which style of songs they prefer the most from Simple Plan.

Collaborations:

During the song-writing process, Pierre and Chuck co-wrote with a number of songwriters including Travis Clark (We The Kings lead singer), Fil Thorpe-Evans (ex-Neck Deep member) and Ryan Stewart (song-writer: e.g. Perfectly Perfect, P.S. I Hate You).

More information:

After returning from tour, Pierre confirmed on his Instagram Story that the band plans on significantly shorten the process of making the album and release it in “record timing”. This was later also stated by Sebastien in October 2018, when he revealed in the Rockstar Dad podcast that Simple Plan are currently writing new songs and hopefully they might have some new music (perhaps a single) out early next year (2019) and the full album then whenever they have enough songs to actually put one together.

Simple Plan confirmed in October 2018 that their bassist David Desrosiers will be involved in the recording process of this album, despite his long absence on tour due to his mental health recovery.

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