Posted April 03, 2018 06:05:03The album’s first single, “The Boy Next Door,” finds Nickelback returning to the familiar formula of their first two albums: a blend of acoustic rock and pop that combines their usual sound, but with a little more bite.
“There’s a bit of a different feeling to the new song,” frontman Matt Berninger told the press.
“The guitars are a little louder, the bass is a little stronger, and we have a little bit of something more in the way of rhythm.
The song is about wanting to be something you can’t be.”
The new single has the kind of emotional punch that’s always been Nickelback’s hallmark, and it’s one of the more unexpected releases on the album.
The first single is a pop song, but it’s also an intimate, reflective ballad that has the feeling of someone coming home after a long day at work and saying goodbye to the world for the first time in years.
That’s the tone the band is trying to strike with this new song, one of many times that they’ve gone in for a bit more of a personal feel.
The band hasn’t exactly released anything this year without dipping their toes into new territory.
They’ve already played the song at this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival and, in November, they debuted a new single, the cover of which was the same as the new one.
The album, titled “The Way We Were,” was produced by The RCA label, which also produced the original.
This new one is being produced by a group that Berningers and the band recently worked with: The R.C. Johnson Band, who were behind the songwriting for the upcoming Nickelback movie “Majesty.”
The song’s title and lyrics are both familiar: the lyrics “We’re here, we’re not leaving.”
But they also bring some new insight into the band’s sound.
“We’ve been writing songs for so long, but sometimes we get so caught up in the process that we forget the songs themselves,” Berninginger said.
“For us, that’s when it’s fun to just write another song and just play it out loud.”
The singer said the new single comes about as a result of the band taking a break from touring and writing new material.
He explained that he and the others spent time recording new songs for the album, but that the band has been in a state of limbo for a while.
“In our minds, we just want to be a band that’s going to keep doing the things that we love and not worry about doing anything else,” he said.
The new song reflects this philosophy, as Berningering described the song as “the only time we’ve been in the studio together, we’ve written and recorded a lot of songs and never had the time to record anything else.
We just want it to be our thing.”
The band also recorded the song “The New Boy,” which they released earlier this year.
The track, which features the same guitar riff that was used on the new track, was recorded during the band staying in the city.
The lyrics, as described by Berningeri, are:The new song’s release is the latest chapter in Nickelback making their way back into the mainstream after the departure of singer Nick Cave and drummer Tom Hamilton.
While the band was busy touring, the band members were busy writing new songs.
Berningerca rapped about his new wife, a new relationship, a daughter, and a new car.
“I just want everyone to know I’m not leaving.
I’m still here, and I’m gonna be a rock star,” he rapped.
The singer also shared a story about his relationship with the mother of his child, who died after being hit by a car.
The story was told in a new Nickelbacks video for the song, “Let’s Get Up and Get Going.”
It also featured some of the same vocals as the song.
In terms of the new album, the album’s most obvious influence comes from “Marry Me,” a song from the band that featured on Nickelback-produced singles “The Other Side of the Door” and “Moves Like Jagger.”
The song’s lyrics were inspired by a conversation Berningr had with his wife, who told him she had a dream that she was going to marry him.
“It was like a little, ‘How did you hear that?'” he recalled.
“So, I’m like, ‘Well, I told her that’s not how it happened.’
She was like, “Well, you know, you have to have a dream.'”
In another new Nickelunders video, Berning rapped that the song’s song title comes from the same person he talked to: “My little girl.”
It’s a great example of the album in its full glory, where it sounds like the band took inspiration