The four-member Canadian group—best known for defining teen soundtracks in the 2000s with hits such as Perfect, Untitled, ‘Shut Up!, I’d Do Anything—is scheduled to play Central World on March 14 as part of their The Harder Than It Looks Tour.

The tour, which sees stops in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines, is timed with its sixth studio album, Harder Than It Looks, released in May. 

This marks the band’s first record in six years and returns to its pop-punk roots. It is also the first album without long-time member and bassist David Desrosiers, who he left under a cloud of sexual misconduct allegations.

Ticket details have yet to be released.

This article first appeared with BK Magazine media partner Coconuts Bangkok.