As millennials, we were lucky enough to grow up during the Golden Age of Pop-Punk/Emo. This playlist is made up of songs we first heard in our youth that inspired us to pick up our instruments. Each one had (and still has) a huge impact on the music we make today. The nostalgia was all to real when we were putting this together.
“Absolutely (Story of a Girl)” – Nine Days
Everything about it is infectious and it puts you in a good mood from the first chord! – Austin
“Ocean Avenue” – Yellowcard
Hearing “Ocean Avenue” for the first time is the oldest memory I have of hearing a song and countlessly replaying it because I couldn’t get enough! – Gabe
“Dumpweed” – Blink-182
Riff of the century. No doubts about it. – Everyone
“Until the Day I Die” – Story of the Year
Growing up, my dad always introduced me to a lot of music and this the first song I really came across on my own and got into. – Mikey
“American Idiot” – Green Day
This whole album really got me into playing guitar and I was hooked from the second I heard that first riff. – Marc
Hungover is a 4-piece rock outfit hailing from Central Florida. The band entered the studio with Alan Reitman (Stallion Studios) in early 2016 – experimenting with and redefining the sound they’ve been honing since 2013’s debut EP Stuck Here. Hungover released their latest EP It’s Not Home Without You on February 17th, 2015. Taking notes from pop punk/emo staples like Fall Out Boy, New Found Glory, and Bayside, Hungover is ready to take audiences by storm with new music that is as angsty and heartfelt as it is energetic.
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