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).”
Yorkshire band Terror Cult have honed an alternative rock meets old school punk that fuses engaging vocals with funky, catchy guitars, which they describe as “noisy, energetic and honest.”
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.
Canadian band Calling All Captains offer up an infectiously aggressive pop-punk sound blended with delicious post-hardcore and screamo elements.
North-west newcomers Supera Morza throw up huge slabs of raucous distorted and fuzz-laden punk meets grunge meets noise rock that they describe as being “chaotic, expressive and ruthless.”
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
West Auckland quintet Finger Tight are putting the New Zealand punk scene on the global map with their engaging and feisty pop-punk sound.
South Wales band Grand Collapse offer up a hard-hitting sound that fuses hardcore punk with thrash metal elements and addresses political and social issues.
Swedish quintet Those Without have honed a catchy but edgy pop-punk sound that draws influence from everything from pop, jazz and funk to metalcore, thrash and deathcore.
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.”