Yes. They have YET AGAIN re-released “Summer Paradise”. There was K’Naan, Sean Paul, the French version, TAKA and now, MKTO have joined in. Don’t get me wrong, anyone who knows me knows I’m a big Simple Plan fan but there is only so many times you can re-release a song before it gets old right? Of course, each artist brought in [...]Read more ›
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Simple Plan have released a new music video for their song “This Song Saved My Life”. This song means a lot to them and to their fans and I think they made a music video that reflects that. The clip features live footage of the band performing as well as interacting with their fans backstage and outside of venues. They [...]Read more ›
Simple Plan have released yet another version of “Summer Paradise”. They’ve done this many times with “Jet Lag” in different countries and languages. The twist this time though is it features a male counterpart where it has been female ones for all versions of “Jet Lag”. What’s even crazier (for me anyway) is that I actually know this singer and [...]Read more ›
The Simple Plan Foundation has been going strong for 5 years now. On top of that big milestone, 2012 marked the band’s first album’s 10th anniversary. They also released a book and were a big part of a new exhibit at the Montreal Science Center. I think it’s safe to say this year is a good and busy year for [...]Read more ›
Over the past few years, we’ve seen the Simple Plan Foundation grow and expand; they’re giving to more organisms in need, they are raising more and more money and their annual benefit events seem to be getting bigger as well. In fall 2011, the band partnered up with the OSM (Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal) to give fans and donators a [...]Read more ›
Interview with Sebastien Lefebvre – Simple Plan June 20th 2011 – Montreal, L’Astral CONFRONT: You were at the MMVAs [MuchMusic Video Awards] yesterday. How was it? SEBASTIEN: It was good, it was good! We got on the red carpet in a really ridiculous outfit; it was a lot of fun. I don’t know if you got the record but if [...]Read more ›
In the words of CONFRONT Magazine’s own editor-in-chief, “There are certain perks that come with doing what we do here at CONFRONT Magazine: going to see tons of great concerts, meeting high profile people […] And once in a while, we are lucky enough to have some of our dreams come true.” Those words perfectly describe what went through my [...]Read more ›