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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Simple Plans Reunites in Secret, Records and Releases New Record Without Anyone Knowing
June 5, 2014 – Bowling Green, KY – Simple Plan, a young punk rock group that ruled the early 2000’s, shocked the world by dropping a surprise album this week.
The foursome has met in secret in various states and recording studios across the country to plan, write and record a new album. The album debited on iTunes on Thursday, June 5, 2014 and is topping the charts.
Lead singer Amanda Klopfer states that this period of secrecy was a very exciting time for the band. “We’re all living in different places now, so it was easy to travel separately and go unnoticed in that sense,” she said. “It was great to be back in the recording studio with my old friends making new music. The response has been great and we’re so excited to hear what our fans think of our latest work.”
So far, the response has been great. Andrew Gonzalez traveled to 30 states to see Simple Plan in action in their prime. “I am loving the new album,” he says. “You can totally tell they’ve matured as individual people as well as musicians. They’ve applied some of their life experiences to these tracks and you can tell.”
Simple Plan recorded this album at 9 different recording studios in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey and Rhode Island. “We like the laid-back east coast feel,” said Klopfer. “It definitely contributed to our sound and helped ease the stress of traveling and working in secret.”
The album is currently available for download on iTunes. The 14-track album can be purchased for $11.99.