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Waterparks have shared some interesting news about their new song “Turbulent” that are kind of hilarious.

First, the band’s Twitter revealed that the clean version of the song, that says “I’d unhug you if I could” and “so frick yourself and frick your feelings,” is on streaming sites.

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THE CLEAN VERSION OF TURBULENT IS UP ON ALL STREAMING SITES. IM SO MAD THIS VERSION IS GETTING RADIO HAHAHAHAHAH STREAM IT GO,” Waterparks tweeted.

Awsten Knight quote tweeted it and laughed at the whole thing.

A bit later, the band’s account revealed that Knight has six different versions of the song on his phone. He posted a screenshot that says “Turbulent – Nightcore Remix” and “Turbulent Slow.”

Understandably, many fans responded, making jokes about what the different versions could be and begging the band to release them.

You can listen to both the original and the clean version below.

The song broke the band’s personal streaming record by getting more than half a million listens in just two days.

The band recently performed “Turbulent” live for the first time at U.K. festival Slam Dunk and signed to Hopeless Records to kick off a fresh green era. Before hitting the stage, Knight stated that merch was already sold out.

In addition, Knight joined All Time Low during their headlining set at Slam Dunk, where the latter celebrated songs from Nothing Personal. ATL also debuted a new song referencing the color green, “Getaway Green.”

Their onstage collaboration garnered attention and reactions from fans on social media. Watch Knight join All Time Low for the last chorus of “Break Your Little Heart.”

Shortly after, Knight posted photos on his Instagram performing onstage with his buddies from All Time Low.

 

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‪I LOVE 4 BOYS AND THEIR NAMES ARE ALEX NASCAR, JACK BEARCAT, ZACK AMERICA, AND RAINY DAYSON. ‬

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