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During their first show ever, Simple Creatures allegedly unveiled the name of their second EP. In a tweet from Rocksound, the EP is supposedly called Everything Opposite.

While there is no footage of the duo confirming the EP’s title, we found that Simple Creatures may have been giving us clues to the EP’s name all along in an intricate foreshadowing conspiracy.

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First, in a previous interview, Mark Hoppus uses the exact phrase, “everything opposite” when talking about their album-making process:

We had this idea of everything opposite: Whatever you’d normally do, try and do something different,” Hoppus says. “If something made us feel like it wasn’t something we wouldn’t normally do, we took it as a good thing. We were trying to get away from traditional recording techniques and embracing strange keyboard sounds and ratty, shitty guitars, buzzy subs and programmed drums.”

Additionally, the listed record label for the band’s debut EP, Strange Love is “Everything Opposite.”

However, the mind games don’t stop there. In a live video for the power duo’s show at the Belasco in Los Angeles, a video shows the band playing an all-new song “Never Mind.” in the video’s description, it says the song is from their second EP Everything Opposite.

Additionally, fans seem to have somewhat confirmed the EP’s title on various social media platforms.

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While there is no release date set for the forthcoming EP, it is believed to drop sometime this summer, according to Strife Magazine. You can check out a quick sneak peak of the second EP below.

Recently, the band announced their first live shows. You can check out a list of remaining dates below. They’ll also be hitting the stage at Download Festival in June.

Dates

04/03 – London, U.K. @ The Hangar
06/14-16 – Donington Park, U.K. @ Download Festival

What do you think of the theories surrounding the second Simple Creatures EP? Let us know in the comments below.

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