Simple Creatures share their new single ‘Adrenaline’

Simple Creatures have returned with another new song from their fast-approaching EP. On Monday (March 25), the Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth-led act shared their third single off Strange Love, “Adrenaline.” Sounding like it could find a home on a recent All Time Low album, the new track made its worldwide premiere on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show as the host’s world record of the day.

Listen to “Adrenaline” above.

The new song comes a few days before the band’s debut EP is set to be released. Titled Strange Love, the five-song album is due out this Friday, March 29. Pre-orders for the EP are still available for purchase.

In support of its release, the act will embark on a five-stop mini tour beginning this Thursday, March 28. The full list of stops can be found here.

In other news, Gaskarth recently disclosed that All Time Low’s short break may be coming to an end sooner than fans initially anticipated. In a new interview, the musician revealed that he and drummer Rian Dawson recently returned to the studio together to jot down some ideas.

“I just spent a few weeks in Nashville at Rian’s [Dawson, drummer] studio, starting to form ideas. It’s nice, we have an amazing head start on the whole thing, and there’s already pictures forming which is a nice way to approach it.”

Last month, blink-182 informed fans that they were working on the follow-up to 2016’s California. According to a recent interview with Hoppus, the new record will take more of an “aggressive and experimental path” than their previous work.

“It’s very different to California. It’s a lot more aggressive. It’s darker in theme and tone. If you like California to Enema Of The State, then this album is more like the untitled record where we are trying to experiment more: trying to experiment more, trying different sounds, and trying to expand upon what people think blink-182 is.”

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