The Offspring has shared a new song called “We Never Have Sex Anymore,” a track from the band’s upcoming album, Let the Bad Times Roll.
As you can probably guess, the horn-laden tune shows off The Offspring’s goofier side, and finds frontman Dexter Holland lamenting a relationship going stale in the bedroom while also conceding, “You’re still with me so I guess I’m not complaining/And you always leave my dinner on the stove.” You can listen to it now via digital outlets.
Let the Bad Times Roll, the first new Offspring album in nine years, is due out April 16. It also includes the lead single and title track, which premiered in February.
In related news, guitarist Noodles contributes to a new, collaborative cover of the Joan Jett single “Bad Reputation.” The recording also features Adrian Young of No Doubt, Klaus Flouride of Dead Kennedys, and singer Josie Cotton.
You can watch the video for the “Bad Reputation” cover streaming now on YouTube.
By Josh Johnson
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