If, like us, you’re looking for a bit of fun punk rock to liven up the endless days of sitting at home in lockdown then Drama Dolls may be just the band for you. The Los Angeles trio fuse popiness with punkiness in a lively, high energy and highly enjoyable punk rock sound.
The best punk rock and pop-punk should be fun to listen to, a bit silly and put a smile on your face, and Alabama band Pink For President offer up all of the above.
If you need a pick-me-up to get your Monday morning up and running then tune into the sound of Norwich trio WRECK, who fuse delicious fuzzy guitars with wild punky energy.
We love a good solo project at GigRadar Towers and we’ve found a brand new one in Vermont-based Hidden Horizon, which offers up a fun and lively pop-punk sound.
There are some things in the world that need to be laughed at more often. Luckily, Chester duo Deh-Yey are here to poke fun at them for you in their deliciously fuzzy noise rock manner.
Merging grunge with 2000s punk is always going to be a winner in our eyes, but Essex band Paper Fight have honed a particularly exciting, energetic sound that will have skaterpunks worldwide rejoicing.
Punk trio Trashed comes from a place that we can very much relate to. The Bristol attribute their punky sound coming from “years of being mesmerised by Kerrang! and Scuzz when bands like Green Day and Sum-41 were owning the show.”
Dial up your energy levels with the fast-paced, raucous punk rock’n’roll sound of Australian band Riff Raiders.
New Belfast band Paper Tigers have honed a thrilling alternative rock sound led by powerful vocals and delicious riffs laced with punk rock energy, which they describe as “Bitchin’ alt rock.”
We’ve got more great new Italian rock today in the form of Ferrara pop-punk quintet 2Lightyears, who offer up plenty of much-needed positivity in their engaging, upbeat sound.
Expect the unexpected when it comes to Pennsylvania band AM0RA, who throw in elements of pop-punk with emo, metal and more not only on a song-by-song basis but even within the same song.
They may have the most emo band name going but Los Angeles-based band All My Friends Hate Me offer up an engaging garage rock meets garage punk style.