It is the band’s first new piece of material since 2019
Sum 41 have revealed the music video for their brand new song, “Landmines.” It is the band’s first new piece of material since 2019, and the lead single from the band’s forthcoming double album, Heaven :x: Hell. Watch the official clip below now.
“When I wrote ‘Landmines,’ I had no intention of writing an old school “pop punk” song,” frontman Deryck Whibley says. “It just came out really quickly and I knew right away that this song felt special to me.”
The all-new “Landmines” is available to stream now at HERE.
Next month, Sum 41 will be performing on October 21 and October 22 at When We Were Young in Las Vegas, Nevada. The band is also performing a set at a sold-out When We Were Young Sideshow on October 20 at Brooklyn Bowl alongside Bowling For Soup, Plain White T’s, Your Broken Hero, and more. The band recently wrapped up a a month-long U.S. run with The Offspring and Simple Plan.
Back in May, Sum 41 announced that they would be disbanding after nearly three decades together. The band made the announcement on their social media. They confirmed they will still be finishing all of their previously scheduled tour dates and festival appearances.
“Sum 41 will be disbanding,” the group said in a a statement.
Sum 41 formed in 1996 in Ajax, Ontario. They exploded into the mainstream with their wildly successful debut LP All Killer, No Filler. The record featured the hit singles “Fat Lip” and “In Too Deep,” which remain watershed pop-punk anthems. Their last album was 2019’s Order in Decline.
Looking back at the band’s storied 27 year career, Sum 41 has firmly cemented their place in rock history with over 15 million records sold worldwide, multiple Billboard Charting releases, a Grammy Award nomination, 2 Juno Awards (7 nominations), a Kerrang! Award in 2002, multiple Alternative Press Music Awards, and countless other accolades.