Simple Plan performing Jet Lag. This was live recorded during their broadcasted concert at the Irving Plaza on 12/10/2016.
Simple Plan – I’m Just a Kid. Live at Istora Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia (17 January 2012). Video by www.jurnallica.com
No love: a song from Simple Plan’s latest album
A ‘perfect’ treat by Simple Plan at Mood Indigo, 2012 – Asia’s largest college festival
This is what the crowd is singing.
“‘Cuz we lost it all
Nothing lasts forever
I can’t be perfect
Now it’s just too late and
We can’t go back
I can’t be perfect” Visit us at
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Ok so i am a HUGE SP fan and their music has just helped me through sooo many different things since i discovered them when i was in 7th grade (am in college now) and idk i just felt like makin a vid and thought this would be the perfect excuse to put a bunch of SP songs in one vid! i seriously had a hard time picking which place to put all these songs because i love EVERY SINGLE song SOOO much!!!! but here it is and ya…
songs from debut album “no pads, no helmets…just balls,” second album “Still Not Getting Any…,” third album “Simple Plan,” and their newest album, “Get Your Heart On!” enjoy!
Vocals: Pierre Bouvier
Rythmic Guitar/Backing Vocals: Sebastien Lefebvre
Base/Backing Vocals: David Desrosiers
Guitar: Jeff Stinco
Drums: Chuck Comeau
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It’s been a long four years since we’ve heard new music from Canada’s pop-punk superstars Simple Plan. Its not that they haven’t been busy: the band embarked on a massive two-year tour that saw the Montreal five-piece perform around the world in support of 2011’s Get Your Heart On!
Then Simple Plan spent the next two years crafting one of its most diverse releases to date. Take One for the Team is the name of this new record, and it features some typically heavy Simple Plan rockers like “Opinion Overload” but also delves into other musical territories, like reggae with “Singin’ in the Rain” and straight-up pop with the Nelly collaboration “I Don’t Wanna Go to Bed.”
The title of the record says a lot about Simple Plan. The band members are all lifelong friends who understand that the success of their relationship and the success of their band has always been about working with each other to achieve a common goal. It is that obvious friendship and camaraderie that is the driving force behind Take One for the Team.