The Offspring Announces New Album ‘Supercharged’ and Releases Single ‘Make It All Right’

Veteran pop punk band The Offspring revealed details about their upcoming 11th studio album, ‘Supercharged’, and dropped the first single ‘Make It All Right’. The album, consisting of 10 tracks, is set to be released on October 11 via Concord Records.

Lead singer Dexter Holland expressed his excitement about the album, stating that it was recorded in various locations including Maui, Vancouver, and their home studio in Huntington Beach with producer Bob Rock. He described it as their best work yet and eagerly anticipates the fans’ response.

The single ‘Make It All Right’ encapsulates the essence of the album, focusing on the support and strength provided by loved ones during tough times. The track exudes a positive and uplifting vibe, with lyrics highlighting the importance of having someone by your side.

This album marks a significant change for the band as it is their first release without longtime drummer Pete Parada. Foo Fighters drummer Josh Freese contributed to the single, adding to the high energy and dynamic sound of the record. The band aimed to create an album filled with pure energy and authenticity, showcasing their journey and experiences.

Listen to ‘Make It All Right’ and explore the tracklist for ‘Supercharged’ below:

– “Looking Out For #1”
– “Light It Up”
– “The Fall Guy”
– “Make It All Right”
– “Ok, But This Is The Last Time”
– “Truth In Fiction”
– “Come To Brazil”
– “Get Some”
– “Hanging By A Thread”
– “You Can’t Get There From Here”