49 Phenomenally Angsty Pop-Punk Songs From The 2000s You Forgot Existed

As of late, there’s been a lot of playlisty-type posts floating around commemorating songs that “you forgot existed.” Amidst all the fuss, on genre that was left out of this nice merry-go-round of nostalgia was 2000s pop-punk. Something that’s all too fitting of course, given that pop-punk has more or less made a living of brooding on the sidelines, actively choosing not to participate in the kickball game despite being more than welcome to do so. This, as we know, is classic pop-punk.

That said, here are 49 pop-punk songs that are sure to bring you back to the long walk between your bus stop and your house. 4pm, and a whole afternoon to do nothing but eat Chips Deluxe and download shit of Kazaa:

1. Hold On – Good Charlotte

2. Miss Murder – AFI

3. Flavor Of The Weak – American Hi-Fi

4. A Little Less Sixteen Candles, A Little More Touch Me – Fall Out Boy

5. Move Along – All-American Rejects

6. Until The Day I Die – Story Of The Year

7. MakeDamnSure – Taking Back Sunday

8. One Year, Six Months – Yellowcard

9. Heels Over Head – Boys Like Girls

10. I’m Not Okay (I Promise) – My Chemical Romance

11. Nine In The Afternoon – Panic! At The Disco

12. Head On Collision – New Found Glory

13. This Week The Trend – Relient K

14. I Miss You – Blink 182

15. Gives You Hell – All-American Rejects

16. Weightless – All Time Low

17. In This Diary – The Ataris

18. Sk8er Boi – Avril Lavigne

19. Almost – Bowling For Soup

20. I Woke Up In A Car – Something Corporate

21. Stolen – Dashboard Confessional 

22. Best Of Me – The Starting Line

23. Face Or Kneecaps – The MovieLife

24. crushcrushcrush – Paramore

25. Miserable At Best – Mayday Parade

26. Sweet Talk 101 – Cute Is What We Aim For

27. Memory – Sugarcult

28. Holiday – Green Day

29. Hello, Brooklyn – All Time Low

30. The Fourth Drink Instinct – Cute Is What We Aim For

31. High School Never Ends – Bowling For Soup

32. Boys & Girls – Good Charlotte

33. In Too Deep – Sum 41

34. When Your Heart Stops Beating – +44

35. Work – Jimmy Eat World 

36. The Ataris – So Long Astoria

37. Here’s to the Night – Eve 6

38. I Don’t Care – Fall Out Boy

39. Jude Law & A Semester Abroad – Brand New 

40. Cute Without the E (Cut From the Team) – Taking Back Sunday

41. The War – Angels & Airwaves

42. The Geeks Get The Girls – American HiFi

43. The Rock Show – Blink-182

44. My Friends Over You – New Found Glory

45. Sidewalks – Story Of The Year

46. Teenage Dirtbag – Wheatus

47. Stupid Kid – Alkaline Trio 

48. Seventy Times 7 – Brand New

49. Addicted – Simple Plan TC mark

image – Simple Plan


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