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Listen To Meet Me @ The Altar’s Pop-Punk Jonas Brothers’ “Sucker” Cover


Meet Me @ The Altar are major Jonas Brothers fans. Don’t believe us? Just check out our most recent interview with them. In the spirit of their love for Nick, Kevin, and Joe’s tunes, the Past // Present // Future artists gave their own pop-punk spin to the “Sucker.” The 2019 Happiness Begins banger is pushed to new heights by lead vocalist Edith Victoria‘s punchy, sassy verse deliveries and soaring chorus runs. Check out the cover below. “On the list of artists who have inspired us to make music and be in a band, the Jonas Brothers sit right at… Read more »

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10 Black Pop-Punk & Alt-Rock Acts Everyone Should Know


From rock n’ roll godmother Sister Rosetta Tharpe to grunge singer Tina Bell, there have always been Black rock music artists. Pop-punk and alternative rock are no different. To celebrate Black History Month and the kickass contributions of Black rock artists, here are 10 Black pop-punk and alt-rock artists you should listen to year-round. Fefe Dobson The Canadian pop-punk singer Fefe Dobson released her self-titled debut album in 2003, which spawned hits that included “Take Me Away,” “Bye Bye Boyfriend,” and “Everything.” She would follow that album with 2006’s Sunday Love and 2010’s Joy. The latter was especially notable for… Read more »

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House Parties Unveils Pop-Punk Anthem “Mid-Life Crisis” Ahead Of EP Release


Ahead of their Side Effects EP, House Parties is unleashing their brand-new track “Mid-Life Crisis” paired with trippy new visuals. The song follows their October release “Braindead,” a fiery track featuring the one and only Derek DiScanio of State Champs as a producer. In fact, he produced the whole House Parties Side Effects EP alongside Seth Henderson. If you loved “Braindead” or early 2023’s “CAUTIOUS,” you have to add “Mid-Life Crisis” to your playlist ASAP. Check out the new track below. Overall, the band details feeling stuck in time and overwhelmed, a common feeling for several Gen Z individuals. “This… Read more »

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“I Wanna Be” Brazil Tour Is A Pop-Punk Dream


It is a cute ongoing joke in the music industry that no matter who you are or how big your band is, you are destined to have at least one “come to Brazil” comment on a tour announcement post. Well, an entire roster of pop-punk bands have finally agreed to do just that, they are coming to Brazil. This line-up is so totally STACKED, it might as well be it’s own little festival. Simple Plan, The All-American Rejects and A Day To Remember are heading to Brazil this coming March for a very special string of performances. However, it doesn’t… Read more »

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5 Disney Princess Songs That Could Transform Into Pop-Punk Anthems


When you think about your favorite childhood films, it is likely that a Disney Princess or two come to mind. If you grew up in the late 90s or early 2000s, you were probably obsessed with singing songs from each soundtrack with your parents. Something is to be said about how this music made us feel as kids. With today’s diverse and inclusive lineup of characters, how this music makes us feel today.  The current catalog of Disney Princess songs features a wide range of genres and cultural influences. From the shimmering sounds of Middle Eastern guitars in ‘Aladdin,’ to… Read more »

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408 Inspires Pop-Punk Fans With New EP ‘Generational’


Florida-based band 408 is back with an explosion of fiery pop-punk bangers. Generational, is a collection of songs you would find playing in the background of your favorite early-2000s coming-of-age movie. Including their beloved TikTok single, “We Don’t Get High Like We Used To,” the EP proves that they are more than content creators. They are artists in their own right, blending the goofy energy and relatable lyrics of blink-182. Their influence glimmers through every track. A standout track on the EP is “Carousel,” which highlights a surprisingly Midwest emo sound. It’s an emotional end to the project about being left… Read more »

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Cassadee Pope Returns To Pop-Punk Roots With “People That I Love Leave”


Hey Monday fans rejoice, Cassadee Pope is back! Fans have long awaited Pope’s return to pop-punk after her band Hey Monday called it quits in December 2011 following the re-release of the group’s sophomore EP Candles earlier that year. Following their split, Pope had a storied career in country music after she took home a victory title for The Voice season 3 and even briefly reunited with Hey Monday in 2019 for a Nashville hometown show. However, their reunion only spurred fans’ enthusiasm for Pope’s return to her roots. Read more: Hot Mulligan Share New Track “Gans Media Retro Games”… Read more »

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