The Goo Goo Dolls Say Christmas is Coming Early This Year

The Goo Goo Dolls Say Christmas is Coming Early This Year

The Goo Goo Dolls, for those that don’t know, is an American rock band formed in 1986 in little old Buffalo, New York. Well, they say and we agree, it’s been one hard ass year so far hasn’t it? We deserve a little Christmas cheer and excitement, even if it is August. Yes, we know Halloween lovers. We haven’t forgotten about you, but for now …

You know it’s been a hard year when a band decides to make their first-ever Christmas album. Kickin’ since 1986 yet mark October 30th on your calendars for a seamless transition from Halloween to Christmas. Produced by John Rzeznik along with Brad Fernquist and Jimmy McGorman, this album will be chock full of Christmas cheer with tons of remakes with extra special two new original tracks. We love to hear that good new music tensions running through the air. What could it sound like? What might the lyrics be? A great way to celebrate a year best forgotten or at the very least put behind us.

This release comes after the deluxe edition release of the band’s 12th
studio record Miracle Pill, a special release accompanied by three never-before-heard tracks.

Are all you Christmas lovers happy? Excited for a new album from the Goo Goo Dolls? Let us know in the comments down below or by tweeting us @thehoneypop!


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Featured image source: courtesy of The Goo Goo Dolls Album It’s Christmas All Over

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