Simple Plan has posted the music video for their song “Summer Paradise” online here. The track is from the groups latest effort “Get your Heart On!” which is available now and the video was filmed in Barbados with the band generally frolicking and being gay.
Simple Plan has posted their song “Summer Paradise” online for stream. The track features Sean Paul and is featured on the bands latest album “Get Your Heart On!” which is available now. You can hear the song below.
Simple Plan has posted the music video for their new single “Astronaut” online. The track is from the bands latest album “Get Your Heart On!” which is available now. You can watch the video below.
Simple Plan has posted their entire new album “Get Your Heart On!” up for streaming online here. The effort will be released this Tuesday, June 21st through Atlantic Records.
Simple Plan has premiered their new song, “Freaking Me Out,” (feat. Alex Gaskarth (All Time Low)) online for stream here. The song is off the groups new album, “Get Your Heart On!,” which will come out on June 21st through Atlantic Records.
Simple Plan has posted their new song “Loser Of The Year” up for stream online here. The track is off the groups new album “Get Your Heart On!” which will be released on June 21st through Lava Records.
Simple Plan has posted their new song “You Suck At Love” up for stream online here. The track is off the bands new album “Get Your Heart On!” which will be released on June 21st through Lava Records.
Release Date: July 13th, 2010
Record Label: Asian Records
Genre: Indie Pop
Normally I try to distance myself from certain all girl bands, as the estrogen has a way of being sort of pithy in some respects. [Insert male machismo here] Oh, but what is this? An innocent 1950′s beach pop influenced indie rock band named after a lush drink? I believe so, which leaves the beer loving, The Hot Toddies‘ latest full-length entitled, “Get Your Heart On,” at my relative reviewing mercy. Honestly though this soft spoken record has a simple sophistication to it. Most of the tracks center around a thumping repeating bassline and an uncomplicated set of drums, while a trio of vocals from Heidi, Erin, and Jessica coalesce like a bunch of Japanese harajuku girls singing (very softly) in English. The group injects some lively keyboards into songs like “Keep On Runnin’ (The Vampire Song)” (which leaves a sour sound in my ears because of its relative subject matter in proximity to Twilight) and the choppy/creative song “Max’s Mankini.” But as you can sense with this laughable song titles, the lyrics are both parts shallow and goofy. The old line, “Girls just want to have fun” is a motto for The Hot Toddies and that isn’t such a bad thing, but when you start to hear “you are so swell, just like DSL. You touched my modem, you touched my modem.” set to a light-hearted indie pop soundtrack, you have to shake your head for a minute. So in the end is the sophisticatedly simply sound able to counter the goofy nature of these group? I don’t really think so. ~Staff