January 25, 2017


Good Charlotte Explain How Being 'Adults' in 2007 Changed Them: Watch the Classic Interview

For Class of 2007 Week, Fuse is celebrating all the greatest things culture gave us exactly one decade ago. For Good Charlotte, '07 marked an important moment in their careers with the release of their fourth studio album Good Morning Revival and uplifting lead single "The River." The song was the group's biggest chart hit since 2002's "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" and helped the pop-punk favorites secure a slot touring with Justin Timberlake.

Talking to classic Fuse show The Sauce, watch above as the guys explain how grown they were back then. "We're adults now," Benji Madden shared. "When we put our first record out, we were 20, 19, 21. Now, we're getting close to 30, we're halfway to the grave! [Laughs] We want to stay interested too so that's part of this record."

Watch above for the full interview to hear Joel speak about being rivals with newer bands, more on Good Morning Revival, touring with JT and more. 

Keep the nostalgia rolling with more from Fuse's Class of 2007 Week, including this classic interview where a then-21-year-old Kaley Cuoco explained a not-yet-famous show titled The Big Bang Theory to The Sauce: