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The Emo’s Not Dead Cruise Announces 2025 Lineup

It’s not a phase, mom! That’s basically what the 2025 Emo’s Not Dead Cruise lineup says. The Used headlines the tropical excursion with BoysLikeGirls, Chiodos, Hawthorne Heights, and many more donning bathing suits to surf the ocean waves. While pre-sale is sold out, staterooms will be released weekly on Fridays at 8 AM PT. Tropical emos who love the sun and heat can set their eyes on docking in Miami, FL on February 4, 2025, and embarking on the sea to Nassau, Bahamas through February 8.  Along with the headliners, include the second scheduled show for pop-punkers, Hey Monday. Frontwoman… Read more »


Your Broken Hero Taps Simple Plan’s Pierre Bouvier For “Don’t Listen To My Voicemail”

Matt Cutshall is the mastermind behind Emo’s Not Dead and more viral emo videos. However, between planning events for elder emos, including the recent Emo’s Not Dead Cruise, and crafting content, Cutshall is also making new-age pop-punk under the moniker Your Broken Hero. In fact, he had the chance to perform on the cruise, as well. Today, Your Broken Hero dropped a new music video for the track “Don’t Listen To My Voicemail” featuring Pierre Bouvier of Simple Plan. With hilariously self-deprecating visuals, the “Don’t Listen To My Voicemail” includes packs of Pabst Blue Ribbon (the No. 1 choice of… Read more »


Sleeping With Sirens Drops Off Emo’s Not Dead Cruise Lineup

There’s sad news for Sleeping With Sirens fans who have their Emo’s Not Dead Cruise tickets. Unfortunately, the band has to pull out of the February 26-March 1 music event due to circumstances outside of their control. In a recent Instagram story, the band posted: “Unfortunately, due to a family medical issue we are unable to perform at Banyan Live on February 24th and the Emo’s Not Dead Cruise the following week. We sincerely apologize to all the fans who bought tickets to see us. West Palm – your tickets and VIP packages will be refunded to you. Emo’s Not… Read more »

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