What killed pop-punk? I look at the rise of pop-punk, the golden years of Blink 182, New Found Glory and Sum 41, and the mini-revival of the 2010s with The Story So Far, Real Friends, etc and ask the big question: what happened?
90s pop punk/skatepunk like Descendents, All, Screeching Weasel, The Vindictives, NOFX, and J Church
How Green Day and The Offspring made pop punk mainstream
Golden era bands like Fenix TX, Simple Plan, The Starting Line, Unwritten Law and Home Grown and labels like Drive Thru Records
The rise of the Fueled By Ramen bands like Paramore and Fall Out Boy
How New Found Glory inspired the 2010s bands like The Story So Far, Real Friends, and Knuckle Puck (and the related "soft grunge" bands like Citizen, Title Fight, and Basement)
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