Offspring: a new album in October

Offspring: a new album in October

The historic punk rock band The Offspring returns to the recording scene announcing the release of their new album “Supercharged” scheduled for next year October 11th Street Concord Records.

To anticipate the new album the band releases the single, “Make It All Right”a song in perfect Offspring style.

Talking about the song and the upcoming release of Supercharged“, The frontman Dexter Holland he has declared:

We wanted this record to be pure energy, from start to finish! That's why we called it Supercharged. Our greatest aspirations, our most strenuous struggles… we talk about everything on this record. And we do it in a way that celebrates the life we ​​share and where we have come today. Our single Make It All Right is a great example of this because it talks about the people in our lives who give us strength when we feel down – our accomplices, the ones who make us feel good.”

The album was recorded in three different locations this time: Maui, Vancouver and our home studio in Huntington Beach, and together with our producer Bob Rock everything came together great. I feel like this is the best sound we've ever gotten! We went wild shaking our heads for months! And now we can't wait for you to hear it!”

“Supercharged” is the eleventh studio album by the Californian band and follows the previous “Let the Bad Times Roll” released in April 2021 by more than three years.


“Looking Out For #1”
“Light It Up”
“The Fall Guy”
“Make It All Right”
“Okay, 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

Last week, The Offspring performed in front of a huge crowd at the BottleRock Festival in Napa performing fan favorites and were joined by a very, very special guest: the global superstar Ed Sheeran. Sheeran – longtime fan of Offspring – surprised the crowd and performed “Million Miles Away” from the album “Conspiracy of One(released by the band in 2000).

At the beginning of the daySheeran he rehearsed with the band backstage, even showing off his band tattoo Offspring inspired by Conspiracy of One, before joining them on stage. Later, the band presented Sheeran saying: We were backstage and some guy said this was one of his favorite songs in the whole story, and he said he might be open to playing it with us – so let's give him a chance, shall we?

While fans exploded at the appearance of Sheeran on stage, Dexter he said into the microphone: Ed told us that one of our records was one of his first CDs that he ever bought when he was a kid and that really meant a lot to us, and we thought 'wow, we'd love to have you and join us on stage'. Now we start with a song he wanted to play: “Million Miles Away“.

Sheeran shared that special moment by summarizing it in the caption: The first album I bought was Conspiracy of One. I pretended to be in their band in the mirror and sang along with the album at 9 years old, especially the song Million Miles Away because it was the first song of theirs I had heard. I talked about it in an interview, and Noodles + Dexter, when we found out we were all playing the same festival, contacted me to see if I'd like to come on stage and sing it. It was a moment to say 'of course, of course!'. It really felt like I was living a childhood dream, thanks for letting me up guys. Music is a wild ride, every day I am so grateful to live my dream in reality. I hope you like the video”

Then, just a few days later, on June 1, the band performed a special (sold-out) show at their hometown arena in Anaheim, California, the concert “The Offspring: 30th Anniversary of SMASH and Honda Center”, to celebrate three decades of their iconic 6-times-platinum album SMASH and the historic Honda Center. The band performed the entire repertoire of SMASHplus some fan favorites.