Get ready to feel old, guys. These songs, which likely became the ultimate tracks of your childhood or teenage years, turn ten this year. That’s right folks, you were rocking out to these songs a whole decade ago, and either one of two things have happened since then: you have either completely forgotten these songs existed and you’re about to take a nostalgic trip down memory lane or, on the other hand, you still listen to all of these on a regular basis and realise that you probably need to update your music library.
The All-American Rejects – Move Along
‘Move Along’ made a name for itself in teen soundtracks for movies and TV shows such such She’s the Man and One Tree Hill. If this doesn’t take you back to your adolescent years, nothing will!
Enter Shikari – Sorry You’re Not a Winner/OK Time for Plan B
Even now, after three great follow-up albums and a whole bunch of new singles, an Enter Shikari show still doesn’t feel the same without this classic from their debut release. Get ready for the hand claps, guys…
+44 – When Your Heart Stops Beating
Mark Hoppus’ departure project from blink-182 might not have been as successful as his bandmate Tom DeLonge’s various ventures, but this single from the first (and only) +44 album was a quintessential emo hit.