With the beginning of 2020, the decade has ended, time to look back at my favorite albums that came out during the decade,this list has been broken up into three parts, so lets look at the first five albums of the list.
1 Mayday Parade- self titled (released 2011)
Mayday Parade was one of the first bands that I got into after my discovery of All Time low, and one of the first albums that I listen to was their self-titled record
It still holds up as a stable of Emo pop punk and Have Had this album on repeat some time.
My Favorite songs are “Oh Well, Oh Well”, “Priceless” and “I’D Rather Make Mistakes Than Noting at All”
2 All Time Low- Don’t Panic (released 2012)
Like I have told many times before All Time Low is one of my favorite bands, and my tow favorite albums by them are Nothing personal and Don’t Panic.
On Don’t Panic All Time Low shows happy and hard-hitting pop rock and pop punk, it feels like they really took the lessons from Nothing Personal to make this album even better
My favorite songs of the album are “Backseat Serenade”, “The Irony of Choking on A lifesaver” and the bonus track “Oh, Calamity”
3 Man Overboard- Self titled (released 2012)
Around 2015 when I got more into pop punk, I discovered Man Overboard, with their emotional and hard-hitting pop punk.
My favorite songs of the album are “Teleport”, “Dead End Dreams” and “Picture Perfect”
4 Neck Deep- Life’s Not Out to Get You (released 2015)
On this album Neck Deep really shows the positive and happy side of pop punk which I love you can feel the fun of this album, having seen Neck Deep live a couple of times I still love singing along to songs from this album.
My favorite songs of the album are “Citizens of Earth”, “Kali Ma” and “Serpents”
5 State Champs- Around the World and Back (released 2015)
Around the World and Back was the first album I ever heard by State Champs, and I was hooked immediately. The album has everything I like, a good flow, hard- hitting songs and some slow burners.
My Favorite songs of the album are “Secrets”, “All You Are Is History” and “Around the World and Back”