The quotes on the albums are hilariously bad.
Mutiny! came out in 2006 and everyone kind of slept on it for about a year. But slowly the Warped Tour crowd came around to its mix of hardcore gang vocals and breakdowns and pop punk melodies and pretty much set the crowd for the easycore/crabcore thing that A Day To Remember and Attack! Attack! turned into a punchline a year or so later. So, uh, thanks for that.
The Wonder Years are the closest you’re probably going to get to a really good pop punk band in 2013. And their album Suburbia is easily their best. It has a strong “Defend Pop Punk”-vibe that’s real popular with the teens nowadays, but beneath that it’s a really solid and expansive pop punk album.
What the fuck?