2019 release. After spending a solid year working on The Mighty, O.A.R. is hyped to get the music out into the world, including a pair of new songs, "California" and "Free, " premiering exclusively below. - "You can't call it The Mighty and not have it be great, " frontman Marc Roberge tells Billboard, which is one of the reasons the group spent so long working on the 10-song set, which was co-produced by Gregg Wattenberg and PomPom (Kellen Pomeranz). "To do that you have to take your time, and we had the benefit of bobbing and weaving in and out of the studio between tours and reflecting on song ideas and on chances we wanted to take without having to rush. I think that let us accomplish everything we wanted to."
2019 release. After spending a solid year working on The Mighty, O.A.R. is hyped to get the music out into the world, including a pair of new songs, "California" and "Free, " premiering exclusively below. - "You can't call it The Mighty and not have it be great, " frontman Marc Roberge tells Billboard, which is one of the reasons the group spent so long working on the 10-song set, which was co-produced by Gregg Wattenberg and PomPom (Kellen Pomeranz). "To do that you have to take your time, and we had the benefit of bobbing and weaving in and out of the studio between tours and reflecting on song ideas and on chances we wanted to take without having to rush. I think that let us accomplish everything we wanted to."
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The Mighty
Artist: O.A.R.
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2019 release. After spending a solid year working on The Mighty, O.A.R. is hyped to get the music out into the world, including a pair of new songs, "California" and "Free, " premiering exclusively below. - "You can't call it The Mighty and not have it be great, " frontman Marc Roberge tells Billboard, which is one of the reasons the group spent so long working on the 10-song set, which was co-produced by Gregg Wattenberg and PomPom (Kellen Pomeranz). "To do that you have to take your time, and we had the benefit of bobbing and weaving in and out of the studio between tours and reflecting on song ideas and on chances we wanted to take without having to rush. I think that let us accomplish everything we wanted to."