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Waterparks Announce New Album 'Fandom' With Video For Watch What Happens Next

Tuesday, 13 August 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Waterparks will return with their third album this autumn.

'Fandom', the follow up to last year's 'Entertainment', was produced by Zakk Cervini and is scheduled to arrive on October 11 through Hopeless Records.

Head below to view the record's artwork and the quirky video for its first single, Watch What Happens Next, the directorial debut of Waterparks' frontman Awsten Knight.

The confident pop-punk track bursts with energy and reflects on the hypocrisy of fandom and success. It serves as the second preview of the record, following the release of Turbulent, which arrived in May. 





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