New York City band Me From You have approached the pop-punk construct with a heavy focus on lyricism and telling personal stories, honing a sound they describe as being “punchy, fun, and thiccc (with 3 Cs).”
What better way to get your weekend kicked off than with a high-octane fusion of pop-punk, easycore, and post-hardcore. Luckily for you, we’ve got exactly that courtesy of exciting Michigan-based band Lake Mosaic.
If, like us, you regularly find yourself pining after the infectiously catchy days of 2000s post-hardcore and pop-punk then Los Angeles rockers Give In will be just the ticket.
New York newcomers Half Dizzy offer up a fun and catchy punk sound that transports us back to the good old 90s skate punk with a fresh twist.
California newcomers Summer Years have honed a catchy pop-punk meets punk rock sound, which they describe as “catchy, pensive and cathartic.” The Oceanside, San Diego band began with Nick Lanari … Continue reading Introducing: Summer Years
New York newcomers Pep Talk offer up a fun and catchy nostalgic sound that transports the listener back to the good old days of 90s pop-punk.
Boston duo Sounds & Scenarios have honed a catchy rock meets punk, alternative and emo sound that they describe as “accessible punk music.”
Brand new California band Loose Ends have honed a power pop-punk sound that they refer to as “grown-ass pop-punk.”
Maine trio We Demand Parachutes have honed an engaging nostalgic pop-punk sound injected with the band’s own modern take on a wide range of genres.
Thrilling new American band RODERIK offer up an emo meets post-hardcore sound they describe as “passionate, metaphorical and ever-changing.”
he Poconos region in Pennsylvania is better known for heart-shaped tubs at honeymoon resorts, relaxing vacations and skiing than producing raucous punk bands. But pop-punk quartet Don’t Panic are addressing the balance with a catchy power pop punk sound.
Florida band Felicity have honed a fun but hard-hitting sound that fuses the catchiness of pop-punk with rock and full-on metal elements, which they describe as “energetic, diverse and balanced.”