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Good Charlotte's New Album Gets Release Date for Summer

by Carolyn Menyes   Mar 30, 2016 15:51 PM EDT

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Good Charlotte first planned a comeback for 2016, than announced a new album and now that record has a release date. Six years after dropping their last album Cardiology on Wednesday (March 30), the pop-punk band announced that its comeback album is due for a summer release.

In a two-minute video posted to Apple Music, Good Charlotte revealed that its new album will be released on July 15. The band linked out to the big announcement on its Twitter, with a short teaser for a slightly longer teaser announcement.

Further information surrounding Good Charlotte's first album in over half a decade remain a mystery, with no official album title, artwork or tracklisting out in the world.

What fans do have, however, is a new single. Leading up the new album news, Good Charlotte released its new song "Makeshift Love" in November and dropped an official music video for the single.

There's also an upcoming Good Charlotte tour set for next month. As Music Times previously reported, Good Charlotte are set for a four show East Coast tour from April 18 to 22. The band will play in Philadelphia, Washington DC, New York and Boston.

Good Charlotte 2016 Tour Dates:

04/18: Philadelphia, PA @ TLA
04/20: Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
04/21: New York, NY @ Webster Hall
04/22: Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club

The new Good Charlotte album will be the pop-punk band's sixth studio effort and first release since November 2010. Good Charlotte is best known for its early 2000s output, which included singles such as "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous," "The Anthem" and "I Just Wanna Live."

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