A decade has gone by since Puddle of Mudd's last album, but they have just announced that they are making their return to music with their new album Welcome to Galvania on Sep. 13.
This will be the band's first LP since their 2009 album Volume 4: Songs in the Key of Love & Hate.
“This album has been a long time coming. I’m just so happy to finally get it out there for my fans,” frontman Scantlin said in a statement. “I hope the new music inspires my fans to live their lives. I’m just trying to crawl under people’s skin and help them through their life musically.”
Throughout the past 10 years, Scantlin has had many run-ins with the law, which he isn't shying away from talking about in songs like their new single “Uh Oh.”
“Sometimes in life you come across people who want to bring you down and rip apart your soul,” Scantlin said in the press release. “Well, those days are gone.”
“I have surrounded myself with a great team of people,” he continued. “They believe in me and I believe in them. I’d like to thank each and every one of them for their hard work and perseverance. I would also like to thank all of my fans for their patience. This is just the beginning. I have a lot more rock ‘n’ roll in me to share with the world!”
Puddle of Mudd’s Welcome to Galvania is currently available for pre-order. The album’s first single, “Uh Oh,” is out now.
Check out the album's tracklist and the single “Uh Oh” below.
- You Don’t Know
- Uh Oh
- Go to Hell
- Diseased Almost
- My Kind of Crazy
- Time of Our Lives
- Just Tell Me
- Kiss It All Goodbye
- Slide Away
- Uh Oh (Come Clean Version)
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Article image: Wes Scantlin, Puddle of Mudd frontman, performing during a Memorial Day concert on May 25, 2009. (JTF Guantanamo photo by Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Richard M. Wolff [Available through Public Domain] via Wikimedia Commons.)