Suggested by Jenia
Prior to the release of the album, the band started playing the song “You Suck at Love” live during the Bamboozle Roadshow Tour in June 2010, and on 11 February 2011 the band released a snippet preview of the studio version of the song on their website and YouTube channel. The song was speculated to be the first single of the album.
The album marks Simple Plan’s second time since their debut “No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls”—which featured Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 and Joel Madden of Good Charlotte—to feature collaborations with other artists, including Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo, Natasha Bedingfield, K’naan and Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low.
On 30 March, the band launched a new official website to hold over until the “actual new website” was launched, with a new video talking about the first listen of their new song “Can’t Keep My Hands Off You” (feat. Rivers Cuomo) which is available to stream on their website and to purchase on iTunes. On 20 April the band announced that “Jet Lag” would be the first single from the album, and would feature Natasha Bedingfield. To promote the song, a service called “JetLag Airlines” was set up on the website, releasing news, lyrics, tracklists and videos regarding the album. “Jet Lag” premiered on 25 April. On 6 May the band released the song “You Suck at Love” for free download for those who pre-ordered the album. The video for “Jet Lag”, featuring Natasha Bedingfield, was released on 4 May, and the video featuring Marie-Mai was released on 16 May.
This Song Saved My Life features Simple Plan fans singing the chorus.