Favourite pop punk song


#1

its Walking On Glass by The Movielife right?


#2

I’ll have to think a lot about favorite, but it’s amazing how the Dude Ranch singles are so, so, so much better than anything done by the bands that tried to make a career out of imitating them.


#3

Pennybridge-era Millencollin was fantastic too. So much energy but with a sadness driving everything.

“Material Boy” is so good - I love the way the guitars flood in and the vocals escalate after the initial palm-muting of the second verse.


#4

Oh Dammit is such a tune


#5

No Cigar!


#6

do tigers jaw count?


#7

just this whole album


#8

Mr. Chainsaw by Alkaline Trio is a monster of a song. I love how it feels like it’s gradually slipping away (strangely kind of like “On the Sea” by Beach House now that I think about it).


#9

Just in case if Jimmy Eat World counts:


#10

It really is. I hate it when people take shots at them, they don’t realize what talented songwriters they are.

Sometimes I think this is the best song Tom Delonge ever wrote. That intro and that chorus are so explosive.


#11

FenixTX should have been bigger but there was a rift in the band that broke them up. These are two amazing singles:

All I’ve Got Is Time

All My Fault


#12

remember There Is being a p-rock stable <3


#13

Uhh yeah it might be actually.


#14

Not even the best movielife song bro


#15

WHAT IS


#16

this is now the Movielife thread


#17

Faces or kneecaps for me clive


#18

One of their least pop punk moments… probably why I like it. I don’t like pop punk


#19

This - least of all for Ilan Rubin’s fantastic drumming


#20

been massively diluted by the fact that every single band when i was a teenager (including my band and all my friends’ bands) would cover it endlessly