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Your Broken Hero Taps Simple Plan’s Pierre Bouvier For “Don’t Listen To My Voicemail”

Matt Cutshall is the mastermind behind Emo’s Not Dead and more viral emo videos. However, between planning events for elder emos, including the recent Emo’s Not Dead Cruise, and crafting content, Cutshall is also making new-age pop-punk under the moniker Your Broken Hero. In fact, he had the chance to perform on the cruise, as well. Today, Your Broken Hero dropped a new music video for the track “Don’t Listen To My Voicemail” featuring Pierre Bouvier of Simple Plan. With hilariously self-deprecating visuals, the “Don’t Listen To My Voicemail” includes packs of Pabst Blue Ribbon (the No. 1 choice of… Read more »


Who Wants to be an Emo Millionaire: Pierre Bouvier of Simple Plan

My buddy Pierre from Simple Plan joins Emo Millionaire tonight!  How’d he do?  Well you’re going to have to listen to find out!  Plus – the latest details on Simple Plan’s new album as the band gears up for their Blame Canada tour with Sum 41!  And don’t forget to watch Who Wants to be an Emo Millionaire live every Tues & Thursday at 7pm ET on The Gunz Show Twitch channel to be a part of the live audience!


Year End Readers' Poll: Avril And Simple Plan's Pierre Are S-E-X-Y

As promised yesterday, we’re back to update you on the remaining categories in Chart’s Year End Readers’ Poll. Yesterday we reported that Simple Plan were leading the votes in the music-based categories, but who are our readers rooting for in the Sexiest Canadian Musician categories? At press time, about 600 of you had filled out the poll and the majority of you fancy Pierre Bouvier, lead singer of Simple Plan. In a distant second place in our Throw Your Underwear (Male) category is The Tea Party’s Jeff Martin, followed by the more, er, mature William Shatner, who is quite surprisingly… Read more »


Loveless Unleashes New Single And We’re “Addicted”

Marking their first new music of 2024 and perfectly timed for Valentine’s Day, Loveless has unleashed their infectious new single, “Addicted.” And yes, yes we are. While the track explores emotional dependency culminating in addiction (“I lie to you again/She said is it gonna be alright?”), the accompanying music video depicts a life of lush luxury reined in by the group’s success. The portrayal sees vocalist/frontman Julian Comeau and multi-instrumentalist Dylan Tirapelli-Jamail indulge in a life of excess after signing away their artistry to a room of execs. Of course, the standout moment of the track is a seemingly subtle… Read more »


Simple Plan Taps Bowling For Soup, Jax, & More For “I’m Just A Kid”

When We Were Young Fest 2023 has been nothing short of a pop-punk playground this weekend in Las Vegas, NV, and will certainly go down in history as a celebration of nostalgia like no other.  As day 2 of the weekend began to wind down, Simple Plan decided to take the event to a whole new level with a star-studded lineup of guest artists to join them on stage for a mind-blowing rendition of their 2002 hit, “I’m Just A Kid.” Read more: Gabe Saporta Joins The Academy Is… For “Snakes On A Plane” At WWWY As Pierre Bouvier, Simple… Read more »


Simple Plan Welcomes Jax To WWWY Stage For “Iconic” Performance

Simple Plan brought their latest “Iconic” collaboration with Jax to the 2023 When We Were Young Fest stage. From the band’s 2022 LP Harder Than It Looks, “Iconic” was given a flashy revamp on October 13 with help from the “Victoria’s Secret” singer and TikTok star. Check out the onstage collaboration below. Simple Plan also played their hits “I’m Just A Kid,” “Perfect,” and, of course, “What’s New Scooby-Doo?“ When the song initially came out, Jax was floored and thrilled to be part of the remaking of the iconic track. “I was so so so excited when Simple Plan asked… Read more »

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