Pop punk's not dead! Do we have to scream it or should we just let the bands of the last decade speak for themselves?

Despite the genre losing the mainstream popularity it had in the 2000s, the 2010s gave us some serious hits. Between the persistence of favorites such as All Time Low and new additions like State Champs, the scene was stacked. In fact, there might just be too many incredible acts to keep up with.

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How well do you know the latest iteration of the pop-punk scene? Take the quiz to see if you can match all of these 2010s pop-punk song lyrics to the bands that sang them.

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Meet Me @ The Altar had quite the breakout year in 2020. The pop-punk outfit received much-deserved recognition in June upon being backed by Halsey's Black Creators Fund. Since then, they've signed to Fueled By Ramen and even ranked among Wendy's favorite groups.

Heavily influenced by the likes of early scene favorites including Paramore and Panic! At The Disco, the band boasts sounds and lyrics highly reminiscent of the 2000s era. Despite only releasing two songs this year, the band accumulated over a million streams on Spotify.

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"We’re all very ambitious people, and we’ve all grown up around music and are absolutely in love with it," vocalist Edith Johnson explained in a recent interview with Alternative Press, "I can speak for all of us—there is literally nothing that we’d rather be doing."

The band has recently teased studio work, leaving fans optimistic that their first full-length album may be coming next year. In the meantime, be sure to check out their 2020 singles, "Garden" and "May The Odds Be Ever In Your Favor."

How well did you score on these 2010s pop-punk lyrics? Let us know in the comments below!