Simple Creatures talked with Wall of Sound in a new video interview. Mark Hoppus said he’d “never say never” to a +44 reunion.
Alex Gaskarth of Simple Creatures is on the latest episode of the Kyle Meredith With… podcast.
When I first got word of Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth joining forces for a band that would become Simple Creatures, my reaction was that they would be able to play off of each other’s strengths as songwriters and musicians brilliantly. Little did I know that this side project of sorts would morph into one of my favorite electronica-driven new bands to come out of this decade. Twelve songs later into their debut in 2019, and we are left with a much better picture of who Simple Creatures are. Whereas Strange Love was an introduction to the band and what they were capable of, Everything Opposite finds Mark and Alex at their most confident, accomplished, and strongest.
Alex Gaskarth talked with RockSound about the latest Simple Creatures’ EP:
There’s some really cool ideas floating out there in the big folder of potential Simple Creatures music, but I think as we’ve continued to write, the ethos and the sound of Simple Creatures is becoming more defined. At first, we were just kind of swinging and trying a lot of different things, and part of that process was finding out the voice of Simple Creatures and what that is. Now we’re a lot more familiar with the kind of music we want to make for this, I think when it comes time to making more music, I’m sure we’ll go back and end up pulling from some of that stuff. But I think the idea of continuing to innovate and keep it new is what excites me most about this project, so I imagine that’s where we’ll go with it.
Simple Creatures has released the new video for “Thanks, I Hate It.”
Simple Creatures have released the new song “Thanks, I Hate It.” The band’s new EP, Everything Opposite, will be out on October 11th.
Alex Gaskarth has shared a sock puppet video he made for Simple Creatures’ “Special.”
Simple Creatures are aiming to release their new EP on September 13th. The duo also performed their new song “Special” live for the first time.
Simple Creatures have released the new song “Special.”
Simple Creatures have wiped their Instagram except for an image with the date “June 13th.”
Simple Creatures will be releasing a new song within the next few weeks. Mark Hoppus said they were finishing the mix and it’ll be released before Download Festival.
Simple Creatures have released their video for “Adrenaline.”
Alex Gaskarth talks about working with Mark Hoppus in the new issue of Rock Sound:
“I did come up on blink and Mark was very much an inspiration to me, but we’ve had the honeymoon period as it were, become good friends… I’m not fanboying out in front of him anymore, like I used to seven years ago! I don’t think the creative process would be as honest if I was sitting there going, ‘Yeah, whatever you think man, I love you!’ We both keep each other in check, and push each other to do better.”
Simple Creatures talked with Rock Sound in a new video interview. They confirmed a full length album will be coming but they didn’t want to inundate everyone with too much music right away.
Apparently last night during the Simple Creatures show the band revealed their second EP will be titled Everything Opposite.
Simple Creatures recently talked with Radio 104.5 in Philly.
Mark Hoppus recently talked with Princeton music professor Steven Mackey and the entire conversation can be heard below via one of our forum members. There’s also a Q&A up on on The Daily Princetonian, and a video interview with Princeton Tonight.
Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth are on the latest episode of The Music Podcast. Mark confirms Blink-182 have written over 40 songs for their new album and Alex mentions that All Time Low have finished their little break and hope to have a new album out in 2020.