The music genre I identify with most would be pop punk/punk. My love for this genre began when I was a baby and used to dance in my nappy to Green Day and Blink 182. Although these bands styles have changed throughout the years I’ve still stuck to listening to them, my favourite bands have grown over the years and now consist of bands such as Green Day, Panic! At The Disco, All Time Low and State Champs.

I think at time the pop punk genre can make you look like a bit of a sell-out. As a big Green Day fan I’ve been a fan of all of their styles and I’ve had a fair few people comment on how the changed their sound although I’m still a fan of them. 

An example of this can be found from the song ‘Burnout’ from the album ‘Dookie’ which had quite a dirty guitar tone and was in their punk days, where as in comparison to their most recent single ‘Father of All’ this has a completely different sound. – Burnout – Dookie

vs – Father Of All… – Father of All Mother Fuckers

Pop punk is definitely an upbeat energetic type of music and I relate to it in the sense of that I’m always moving and fidgeting and can’t sit still

I would say that my guilty pleasures would be Cher and Britney Spears, I have a soft spot for the type of music they produce and outside of my pop punk covers it definitely a contrast in the usual styles I listen to. – Believe – Cher – Toxic – Britney Spears

According to my although my main genre is pop punk

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