Silverstein just released their new album, A Beautiful Place To Drown. For their song “Take What You Give,” they recruited fellow Canadian Pierre Bouvier of Simple Plan to sing on the bridge.
“Take What You Give” glides in, winding guitars making a sweet accompaniment for Silverstein frontman Shane Told’s vocals. He describes being underwater, fitting for the shimmering music. It crashes into a big chorus, as heartfelt as it is made for singing at the top of your lungs. Simple Plan’s Pierre Bouvier takes over on the song’s bridge, affirming the stuck feeling of the lyrics. “Take What You Give” is a wonderful song and a natural collaboration between the two bands.
Listen to “Take What You Give” below:
“Take What You Give” featuring Pierre Bouvier is the closing track on Silverstein’s new album, A Beautiful Place To Drown, out today. You can stream or buy the album from all the major music providers here.
The album features 12 songs, including four additional collaborations. Silverstein also worked with Intervals, Beartooth’s Caleb Shomo, Underoath’s Aaron Gillespie, and rapper Princess Nokia. See the full tracklisting below:
- “Bad Habits” featuring Intervals
- “Burn It Down” featuring Caleb Shomo
- “Where Are You”
- “Infinite” featuring Aaron Gillespie
- “Shape Shift”
- “All On Me”
- “Madness” featuring Princess Nokia
- “Say Yes!”
- “September 14th”
- “Coming Down”
- “Take What You Give” featuring Pierre Bouvier
More From Simple Plan
Pierre Bouvier’s band Simple Plan has been recording their upcoming sixth album since last summer, and they plan to finish it soon. Pierre is co-producing the record with Brian Howes and Jason Van Poederooyen, and their tentatively aiming for a spring 2020 release.
Last October, Simple Plan teamed up with State Champs and We The Kings on their new single, “Where I Belong.” The collaboration was perfectly timed, as the three bands embarked on a tour shortly thereafter. The song got its own music video in December. It’s our first taste of Simple Plan’s new music, and along with the new collaboration with Silverstein, it’ll have to tide us over until Simple Plan’s full album drops!
Enjoy Silverstein and Pierre Bouvier’s new song “Take What You Give,” and be sure to hear the full album, A Beautiful Place To Drown. Keep checking back here for all the latest music news.
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