Waves (Story Untold album)

Last updated
Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 2, 2018
Recorded2015 - 2017
Genre Pop rock, pop punk, alternative rock
Label Hopeless Records
Producer Derek Hoffman, Paul Marc Rousseau
Story Untold chronology
Story Untold
Singles from Waves
  1. "Delete"
    Released: June 20, 2017
  2. "Drown In My Mind"
    Released: November 10, 2017
  3. "All The Same (Once A Liar, Always A Liar)"
    Released: January 9, 2018

Waves is the debut album by Canadian rock band Story Untold. [1] The third full-length studio album Janick Thibault has released since his formation of Story Untold. This is the first album to be released on Hopeless Records from the band. This is also the first album to feature drummer, Jonathan Landry. The song "Delete" and "Drown in My Mind" were released from the album. [2] As of May 2018, this would be the only album featuring Max Cloutier and Jessy Bergy.

Story Untold (band) pop punk band from Canada

Story Untold is a pop punk quintet based in Montreal. Founded in 2012, the band has been signed with Hopeless Records since May 2016. Shortly after their signing and their recording of their self-titled EP, they went on tour with Simple Plan and Hit the Lights.

Delete (Story Untold song) single

"Delete" is the first single from Story Untold's debut album as Story Untold rather than Amasic.

"Drown In My Mind" is the second single from Story Untold's debut album Waves.



The notes are confirmed by Janick Thibault.

In 2016, Eric Tobin of Hopeless Records got in touch with Paul Marc Rousseau of Silverstein and Janick Thibault of Story Untold so that way Thibault's songwriting could be improved. Since the contact, Rousseau ended up co-producing the album. According to Thibault, Rousseau sent Thibault demos of songs Rousseau was working on and In Or Out caught Thibault's attention and was the first song that was confirmed by the band that was going to be on the album. The 3ND is a song Thibault wrote in 2015 about an ex-girlfriend and his relationship and how Thibault was unhappy with relationship he was in while the ex thought it was okay. Thibault wanted The 3ND to sound like if Bullet for My Valentine and Sum 41 wrote a song together. Drown In My Mind is a song Thibault wrote about based on his alcoholism, low self-esteem, and tending to over think things. Delete is a song that was supposed to have been for 5 Seconds of Summer. Dreams That We Don't Share is a song about people not agreeing with certain situations as confirmed by Thibault.

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Sum 41 Canadian rock band

Sum 41 is a Canadian rock band from Ajax, Ontario. Originally a band called Kaspir, the band was formed in 1996 and currently consists of lead vocalist, guitarist and keyboardist Deryck Whibley, guitarist and backing vocalist Dave Baksh, guitarist, keyboardist and backing vocalist Tom Thacker, bassist and backing vocalist Jason McCaslin, and drummer Frank Zummo.

According to the band on their Facebook, the band finished their first album on February 11, 2017 with the post "AND IT'S A WRAP! OUR 1ST ALBUM IS COMPLETE! We've worked really hard on this album and we hope you guys will love it as much as we do! BIG thanks to Derek Hoffman & Paul Marc Rousseau from Silverstein for their patience, ideas, help & all the hard work they've put into it! It was an amazing learning experience for us and we were blown away by their music knowledge and talent! That being said, thanks to all of you who are reading this right now and make sure you stay tuned 'cause things are about to get rad!"

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Paul Marc Rousseau guitarist

Paul Marc Rousseau is a Canadian musician who is the lead guitarist for the rock band Silverstein.

Silverstein (band) Canadian post-hardcore band

Silverstein is a Canadian rock band from Burlington, Ontario that formed in 2000. Their band name is a reference to the famous children's author Shel Silverstein, whom the band had admired and read the stories of as children. They have released a total of eight studio albums, three EPs, a compilation album and a live DVD/CD. Their lineup had remained unchanged for eleven years since December 2001, consisting of lead vocalist Shane Told, lead guitarist Neil Boshart, rhythm guitarist Josh Bradford, bassist Billy Hamilton, and drummer Paul Koehler. In September 2012, the band had announced that Neil Boshart had been fired and would be replaced by Paul Marc Rousseau, who also joined Billy Hamilton on backing vocals. The band achieved moderate success with their second studio album, Discovering the Waterfront, which was nominated for a Juno Award and reached No. 34 on the Billboard 200 charts, with the following two albums charting at similar positions. Silverstein has sold over 1,000,000 albums worldwide.


The band first played their debut single, Delete, live on a Facebook live stream. On the album release, the band performed an album release show in Canada, acoustically. Since the acoustic performance, the band went on its first mini-headlining tour in Canada.

Track listing

All songs written by Janick Thibault and Paul Marc Rousseau of Silverstein except California, written by Pierre Bouvier and Chuck Comeau of Simple Plan. A French version of Invisible appears as a separate single.

  1. "In Or Out"
  2. "The 3ND" (pronounced The End)
  3. "Drown In My Mind"
  4. "Delete"
  5. "Dreams That We Don't Share"
  6. "California"
  7. "Matches in the Ocean"
  8. "Invisible"
  9. "Up 2 You"
  10. "All the Same (Once a Liar, Always a Liar)"
  11. "Chasing Feelings"
Waves (Acoustic Sessions)
EP by
ReleasedJune 19, 2018
Genre Pop rock, pop punk, alternative rock
Length9 minutes
Label Hopeless Records
Producer Derek Hoffman, Paul Marc Rousseau
Story Untold chronology
Waves (Acoustic Sessions)

Waves (Acoustic Sessions)

Waves (Acoustic Sessions) is a three track acoustic EP by Canadian rock band Story Untold.

  1. "Delete (Acoustic)"
  2. "Drown in My Mind (Acoustic)"
  3. "All the Same (Once A Liar, Always a Liar) (Acoustic)"

Unreleased songs

  1. "Not the One You Love" - Janick Thibault released the one minute song in its entirety on the band's Facebook page. The video was later re-uploaded to YouTube. Thibault confirmed it wouldn't be on the Waves album.
  2. "Losing Everything You Have" - Janick Thibault released the song in its entirety on his YouTube channel. In the description of the video, Thibault confirmed, like Not the One You Love, it wouldn't be on the Waves album.


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  1. Richardson, Jake (January 31, 2018). "Pop punks Story Untold grab inspiration from Post Malone, Lil Peep on new album, 'Waves'". AltPress.
  2. Pryor, Terrance (November 10, 2017). "Story Untold release 'Drown In My Mind' from upcoming debut album 'Waves'". AXS.