Youth Authority

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Youth Authority
Good Charlotte Youth Authority.jpg
Studio album by Good Charlotte
Released July 15, 2016
Recorded Mid-2015
Genre Pop punk[1]
Length 42:44
Label MDDN
Producer John Feldmann
Good Charlotte chronology
Greatest Hits
(2010)Greatest Hits2010
Youth Authority
(2016)
Generation Rx
(2018)Generation Rx2018
Singles from Youth Authority
  1. "Makeshift Love"
    Released: November 5, 2015
  2. "40 oz. Dream"
    Released: May 2, 2016
  3. "Life Can't Get Much Better"
    Released: June 20, 2016

Youth Authority is the sixth studio album by American pop punk band Good Charlotte released on July 15, 2016 through MDDN. It was produced by John Feldmann with guest appearances from Kellin Quinn of Sleeping with Sirens, and Simon Neil of Biffy Clyro. The lead single, "Makeshift Love" was released on November 5, 2015. The second single, "40 oz. Dream" on May 2, 2016.

Background[edit]

Following the release of Cardiology in October 2010,[2] Good Charlotte went on hiatus.[3] At the time, the members felt burned out from the previous 12 years and decided to focus on their families.[4] In addition, they also felt the music industry was controlling their image and ideas.[5] Vocalist Joel Madden said they took their website offline, sold off all of their merchandise because they wanted to "go out with a clean slate."[6] Joel and Benji Madden hosted The Voice in Australia,[7] before forming The Madden Brothers project. They used this project to move away from Good Charlotte's pop punk sound[8] to explore pop music.[9] After releasing a mixtape, they began working on an album in 2012, which was eventually released as Greetings from California in 2014.[8]

The brothers did production and song writing work for 5 Seconds of Summer, All Time Low, Three 6 Mafia, among others.[10] Additionally, they formed MDDN, an entity that served as a record label, management and music publishing company.[7] Guitarist Billy Martin worked as an artist/illustrator for Nickelodeon and Disney. Bassist Paul Thomas got a degree at University of California, Berkeley. Drummer Dean Butterworth served as a session musician and wrote music for TV shows.[11] The brothers got the idea to reform Good Charlotte while working on All Time Low's Future Hearts and 5 Seconds of Summer's Sounds Good Feels Good albums in 2015.[7] They had an interest in making pop punk music again and decided to contact the other members,[12] who were interested in writing a new album.[13]

Production and composition[edit]

The group wanted to return to the simplicity of their first three albums where they would write a song and record it instantaneously.[14] Two days before recording sessions started, all of the members and their respectively families gathered at Benji Madden's house. The first day in the studio, they wrote "Life Changes".[15] For three months,[13] the brothers would write a song, show the rest of the band, practice it and then record it. By the end of each day, the group at least had a rough outline of a new song. They eventually went back finished up the tracks.[16] Long-time collaborator John Feldmann acted as producer.[11] They group had worked with Feldmann previously for a few songs, but had not recorded an album with him, which was something they had wanted to do for a while. Joel Madden said Feldmann was a "very hardworking guy, very obsessive and he expects a lot of the people he works with".[13] Recording finished in summer 2015.[17] Kellin Quinn of Sleeping with Sirens appears on "Keep Swingin'", while Simon Neil of Biffy Clyro features on "Reason to Stay".[18]

Discussing the album title, Madden said Youth Authority was the concept that "there’s a kid out there right now who has a guitar, or a microphone, or a laptop, with a dream that is going to beat the odds."[14] He said the album felt like the "GC of the past" with "a new energy to it."[19] He mentioned "Life Changes" encapsulated "the GC spirit."[20] "Makeshift Love" is about being misunderstood by your significant other.[11] "40 oz. Dream" is a satirical view of the music industry. "Keep Swingin'" was written while the Madden brothers were working with Quinn on Sleeping with Sirens' Madness (2015). It started as a riff and quickly evolved into a complete song within a day. Joel Madden listened back to it the following week and was highly impressed by it. He subsequently asked Quinn if they could include it on Youth Authority, which Quinn agreed to. The Madden brothers were in Los Angeles and hung out with Neil, who was there to write songs. Neil suggested the three of them write together, resulting in "Reason to Stay".[21] Benji Madden was hesitant to include "The Outfield" on the album as it featured lyrics about his and brother's upbringing.[5]

Release[edit]

On November 3, 2015, the band announced an end to their hiatus.[10] Two days later, "Makeshift Love" was released as a single.[22] In addition, a lyric video was also released.[23] A music video for the track, featuring Mikey Way and John Feldmann, was released on November 13.[24] In the video, people use an app to send members of the band to break up with a significant other on their behalf.[25] The band performed its first show since its reformation on November 19 at The Troubadour in West Hollywood, California.[26] In February 2016, the group supported All Time Low on their headlining UK arena tour.[27] On March 30, their new album was announced for release in July.[28] On April 1, the album title Youth Authority and artwork were revealed. The artwork was done in collaboration with artist Brian Montuori and features 192 different pieces of posters, flyers and magazines.[29] Following a premier on Beats 1 on April 4,[30] a lyric video was released for "40 oz. Dream", directed by Josh Madden.[31] On the same day, the album's track listing was released.[32] Later in April, the band performed four small club shows[33] and appeared at Edgefest.[30] On May 2, "40 oz. Dream" was released as a single.[34]

Three man performing onstage
Guitarist Billy Martin, vocalist Joel Madden and guitarist Benji Madden performing at the Nova Rock Festival, June 15, 2017

On May 12, "Life Changes" was made available for streaming.[35] On June 9, a music video for "40 oz. Dream" premiered on Hot Topic's website. The video is set in a post-apocalyptic earth and sees the group as the only survivors exploring the planet.[36] On June 13, a lyric video was released for "Life Changes", which features photos of fans with the band.[37] On June 20, "Life Can't Get Much Better" was released as a single.[38] A music video was released for the song on July 12.[39] Youth Authority was released on July 15 through the Madden brothers' own label MDDN.[30] The album was distributed by Kobalt Label Services.[40] The brothers said the "team [that distributes the release] is just as important as the songs."[41] The Best Buy edition featured "We'll Let It All Out" and "Life Is Hard" was bonus tracks.[42] Following this, the band performed on the Warped Tour until the end of the month.[30] In August, the band played a few UK shows with support from Waterparks, Big Jesus, and Roam, around their appearance at the Reading and Leeds Festivals.[43]

On September 7, a music video was released for "Life Changes", which features footage from the All Time Low tour and Warped Tour.[44] In October and November, the band went on a headlining US tour with support from The Story So Far, Set Your Goals, Four Year Strong, Hit the Lights and Big Jesus.[45] In May 2017, the group went on a headlining US tour with support from Less Than Jake, Crown the Empire[46] and Like Pacific,[47] and performed in Mexico as part of Warped Tour Mexico.[48] Following this, the group appeared at the Download Festival in the UK[49] and the Nova Rock Festival in Austria.[50] On June 9, a music video was released for "Keep Swingin'",[49] which consists of tour footage.[51] On August 22, a music video was released for "War".[52] The video's message is about how relationships can affect other people.[53] Following this, the band participated in the Warped Rewind at Sea cruise.[54] In November and December, the group went on a headlining UK tour with support from Against the Current, Milk Teeth and Nothing,Nowhere.[55]

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?4.8/10[56]
Metacritic66/100[57]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic3.5/5 stars[9]
Alternative PressMixed[58]
The A.V. ClubB-[59]
Cleveland.comB+[1]
Consequence of SoundC-[60]
Dead Press!6/10 stars[61]
Rock Sound8/10[62]
Rolling Stone AustraliaFavorable[63]
Spin6/10[64]
Ultimate Guitar Archive6.7/10[65]

Youth Authority charted at number 23 on the Billboard 200.[66] The album was included at number 23 on Rock Sound's best releases of 2016.[67] By May 2018, the album had sold 30,000 copies in the US.[68]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLyricsMusicLength
1."Life Changes"Benji MaddenB. Madden3:02
2."Makeshift Love"
B. Madden3:43
3."40 oz. Dream"
  • B. Madden
  • J. Madden
3:20
4."Life Can't Get Much Better"
  • B. Madden
  • J. Madden
  • Gilmore
B. Madden3:24
5."Keep Swingin'" (featuring Kellin Quinn)
  • B. Madden
  • J. Madden
  • Gilmore
B. Madden3:13
6."Reason to Stay" (featuring Simon Neil)
  • B. Madden
  • J. Madden
  • Gilmore
  • B. Madden
  • Gilmore
3:47
7."Stray Dogs"
B. Madden3:54
8."Stick to Your Guns (Interlude)"
  • B. Madden
  • J. Madden
  • Gilmore
B. Madden1:28
9."The Outfield"
  • B. Madden
  • J. Madden
  • Feldmann
  • B. Madden
  • Feldmann
3:32
10."Cars Full of People"
  • J. Madden
  • B. Madden
  • Luke Walker
J. Madden4:38
11."War" 
  • B. Madden
  • J. Madden
  • Gilmore
4:45
12."Moving On"
  • B. Madden
  • J. Madden
3:58
Total length:42:44

Personnel[edit]

Good Charlotte
Additional musicians
  • Kellin Quinn – additional vocals on "Keep Swingin'"
  • Simon Neil – additional vocals on "Reason to Stay"
  • Zac Solomon – horns
Production
  • John Feldmann – production
  • Zakk Cervini – engineering, editing, programming, additional production
  • Matt Pauling – engineering, editing, programming, additional production
  • Tyler Sheppard – additional editing
  • Courtney Ballard – additional editing, additional vocal editing
  • Devon Corey – additional editing
  • Zach Tuch – additional editing, assistant
  • Allie Snow – assistant
  • Tom Baker – mastering
  • Ben Grosse – mixing except for "Makeshift Love"
  • Eric Valentine – mixing on "Makeshift Love"
Artwork
  • Brian Montuori – art direction
  • Aaron Farley – artwork photography
  • Justin Coit – portrait photography

Charts[edit]

Chart (2016) Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA)[69] 1
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[70] 15
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders)[71] 45
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia)[72] 116
Canadian Albums (Billboard)[73] 20
Dutch Albums (MegaCharts)[74] 77
French Albums (SNEP)[75] 33
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[76] 17
New Zealand Albums (RMNZ)[77] 15
Scottish Albums (OCC)[78] 9
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[79] 8
UK Albums (OCC)[80] 13
US Billboard 200[66] 23
US Top Rock Albums (Billboard)[81] 4

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