Scott Stapp Figures Out How To Guarantee In-Stadium Airplay For His Solo Material

Mets fans finally have something to cheer about regarding the team’s worst start since the bad old days of 1992: The team’s trainwreck performance will probably keep any of the early-oughts’ lights of post-grunge from following in the footsteps of Creed singer Scott Stapp, who, fresh off shredding the national anthem at the Florida Marlins’ Opening Day festivities, has penned a song in honor of the teal-suited team. It’s called “Marlins Will Soar” and it has the same vague references to faith and being lifted up that his work with Creed did, only this time he manages to rhyme “triple play” with “playoff race.” Artistic growth! [ViaRelated]