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Good Charlotte Return With Lyric Video For “40 oz. Dream”

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If you’re getting restless waiting for the upcoming Good Charlotte full-length to drop, we’ve got some good news for you in the form of their new single. The Maryland pop rock outfit premiered the track titled “40 oz. Dream” alongside a cute lyric video, which you can have a scope of below.

It was directed by Benji and Joel Madden’s brother Josh (a third Madden!) and is a nostalgic son-of-a-bitch. Benji Madden told Rolling Stone that the tune has “all the sarcasm and humour” the band have “always loved, and lots of affection for the past and present”.

Prior to “40 oz. Dream”, the act streamed previous single “Makeshift Love”. Both tracks originate from Youth Authority, the sixth studio album from the now 20-year-old Good Charlotte, which will be released into the world in July. It was produced by scene legend John Feldmann, the man behind the production desk for most of our favourite bands, including Panic! At the Disco, All Time Low and more recently, Blink-182.

Weirdly enough, Feldmann isn’t the only scene familiar to be a part of the record’s crew. While Biffy Clyro’s Simon Neil seems like a good fit with the band, Sleeping With Sirens’ Kellin Quinn is more of a surprise for the LP’s tracklisting. Nevertheless, we’re stoked on it. Could July come any quicker?

Watch the lyric video for “40 oz. Dream” below.

Youth Authority is out July 15 via MDDN/Kobalt.

Pre-orders are available via Good Charlotte’s website and iTunes.

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