Canadian pop-punk rockers Pkew Pkew Pkew return with “Maybe Someday,” the lead single off the band’s just-announced new Jon Drew-produced album, Open Bar. Due out via Dine Alone Records on May 13th, the video for the lead single can be watched below.

Vocalist Mike Warne comments on the track, sharing:

“This song is about sharing a bedroom with [guitarist] Ryan to save money on rent. It worked for a few months because we both stayed at our partners’ houses, but when Ryan’s fiance moved to Edmonton, suddenly he was home all the time.”

Warne further comments on the album:

“Since we didn’t have a hard deadline to finish, we felt a lot more freedom to take our time and mess around in the studio. Jon is the kind of producer that is down to try anything, so we had lots of fun playing with trumpets, old moog synths, glockenspiels.”

Open Bar Track Listing:

1. Let The Bridges We Burn Light The Way
2. Mom’s Dime
3. Maybe Someday
4. Mr. Meowers
5. Fresh Pope
6. Beer Stick ‘n’ Ched
7. Safety Last
8. A Different Jimmy
9. Stick To Your Guns, Pookie
10. Drinking In The Park
11. Young Pro

Artwork for the album ‘Open Bar’ by Pkew Pkew Pkew
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