Surprise by location, surprise by sound. Surprise, Arizona, quartet Holmstrum fuse pop-punk and alt-rock with elements of metalcore and overtly emo lyrics to form a fascinatingly diverse sound that varies from track to track.
Having started his musical career in several metal bands, the recording process fuelled Timmy Nawman’s passion for recording his own more punky, pop-punk, alternative rock flavoured brand of music.
It may have been a decade in the making, but Aberdeen-based punk rockers The Ruptured Ducklings have laid down a strong marker with the launch of their debut EP.
Long Island-based quartet Whatever We Are are on a mission to break boundaries well beyond just their music.
Brighten up your weekend with the pop-punk sound of Norwegian band Beach of Diamonds.
We’re going to chance our arm here and guess that you’ve not heard of too many German punk-rock bands, and almost certainly none as good as Munich five-piece Things That Need To Be Fixed.
If you’ve been pining after a bit of classic 2000s pop-punk in your life then New York City quartet All In Due Time are here to fill the void.
If you’re looking for a little musical diversity then French rockers Earthstate will be just the ticket with their fusion of pop-punk, rock and metalcore – and a bit of hip-hop thrown in for good measure.
Herefordshire newcomers Foxbite have combined elements of emo, pop-punk and alternative rock to form a hard-hitting but engaging fresh sound, which they describe as “sad, loud and shiny.”
Pop on the sound of Long Island punks Suburban Zombie and you’ll be instantly whisked away to the good old days of early 2000s punk rock.
On the lookout for a bit of archetypal feel-good pop-punk goodness to get your teeth stuck into in 2019? Then look no further than Newcastle quartet Better Days.
Our first Christmas New Band of the Week is London pop-punk meets alternative-rock quintet Two Year Break