Simple Plan collaborate with Natasha Bedingfield on new single 'Jet Lag'

Canadian band hook up with Brit pop singer - audio

Simple Plan's Pierre Bouvier guards his loins against bottle attack! The Montreal based rockers closed the second stage of day one at Download Festival 2008 with a hit filled set including crowd pleaser 'Jump'. Check back with NME.COM in the coming hours for an exclusive interview with the band. Pic: Phil Wallis
Simple Plan have joined forces with Natasha Bedingfield for new single 'Jet Lag'.

The song features on the Canadian band's as-yet untitled fourth album, the follow-up to 2008's self-titled effort.

The bi-lingual Québec rock band are releasing 'Jet Lag' in two languages, with Bedingfield singing on the English version and Montréal-native Marie-Mai on the French edit.

Speaking on a video update on Simpleplan.com, singer Pierre Bouvier explained: "'Jet Lag' is one of my favourite songs off the record and it sounds great."

"For the first time we are doing a duet with a female vocalist," added Bouvier. "Natasha Beddingfield rocked it and it sounds amazing. She has an amazing voice and she totally blew us away with her vocal talent. Both girls are also going to be in the video."

The band will be streaming 'Jet Lag' for free from April 25.

In the meantime, fans can watch the video update from the band with a snippet of the single by scrolling and clicking below.

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