Ah, the mid-2000s. The days of RAZR phones, low-waisted jeans, Manic Panic and yes — pop-punk. Most of those things have rightfully been lost to the test of time, but the heartbreak, pop-punk tunes of that era still resonate and ripple across music even today. Next, 12 of the best pop-punk covers that prove the genre's not dead.
While you debate in your head whether Death Cab For Cutie is pop-punk, hear indie's most heartbreaking crooner take on their nostalgic tune "Photobooth."
Halsey and Urie radiate the sweetest mentor and mentee energy in this fun and enthusiastic performance of cultural touchstone "I Write Sins Not Tragedies."
If catharsis is what you're looking for, here's Phoebe Bridgers belting the karaoke and crying-in-the-backseat-of-a-car classic, "Torn."
Australian singer-songwriter Alex Lahey gives a solemn and rousing performance of MCR's seminal "Welcome To The Black Parade," a cover that even Gerard Way said gave him "chills."