As a genre, pop-punk is like one big family, but we don’t see enough of the bands covering each other. While it’s cool and downright acceptable for pop-punk bands to cover pop music, how come there’s never been a Pop-Punk Goes Pop-Punk compilation? Who wouldn’t want a collection of their favorite, young pop-punk bands covering some of the older classics?  Come on, covering a Blink-182 song or a Green Day song live is pretty much a rite of passage into the genre. Here are 10 pop-punk bands who have covered other pop-punk bands. These guys have the right idea.

1. All Time Low – “Dammit” (Blink-182 cover)


2. Knuckle Puck (singer Joe Taylor) – “Making Love To The Camera” (the Starting Line cover)


3. 5 Seconds Of Summer – “I Miss You” (Blink-182 cover)


4. Neck Deep – “Boulevard Of Broken Dreams” (Green Day cover)


5. Members of Real Friends, Candy Hearts, Stickup Kid, Modern Baseball, State Champs – “When You’re Around” (Motion City Soundtrack cover)


6. Cartel – “My Friends Over You” (New Found Glory cover)


7. Simple Plan – “Justified Black Eye” (No Use For A Name cover)


8. New Found Glory – “Basket Case” (Green Day cover)


Honorable mention: NFG also covered Paramore’s “Pressure”


9. Four Year Strong – “Dumpweed” (Blink-182 cover)


10. Such Gold – “You Vandal” (Saves The Day cover)


11. The Swellers (singer Nick Diener) – “Chasing Rainbows” (No Use For A Name cover)


12. The Story So Far – “Shut Up” (Blink 182 cover)


13. Blink-182 – “Hope” (Descendents cover)