There may be a lot of Christmas song lists floating around in the world right now, but we decided to shake things up a bit and highlight only the bonafide pop-punk originals. Doesn’t it just warm your little Grinch heart to think about Fall Out Boy or the Used taking time out of their day to write and record a yuletide carol? If so, pour the eggnog, throw some garland on the tree, crank up these tunes and have yourself a merry little Christmas you punk!

“Ho Ho Hopefully”—the Maine

Not only did the Maine record a very memorable holiday love song, they recorded an entire Christmas album,…And A Happy New Year, in 2008. It’s safe to say the acoustic “Ho Ho Hopefully” is the undeniable fan favorite, and the perfect song for when you finally meet that special someone under the mistletoe.



 

“Mile High Christmas”—Breathe Carolina

For those inclined to spike the eggnog and get rowdy this year, let this be your jam.

 

“Right Where You Want Me To Be”—A Day To Remember

ADTR provide pure pop-punk Christmas bliss wrapped into one feel-good track that makes you want to jump around a bit. It’s upbeat, totally fun and definitely boasts one of the most entertaining videos.

 

“The Lights and Buzz”—Jack’s Mannequin

Maybe you’d rather lie under a thousand blankets and drink hot cocoa than jump around? Spin this track by Jack’s Mannequin, and you’ll undoubtedly get a whimsical gleam of the Christmas spirit in your eyes (not to mention you should probably start preparing yourself now for the reunion tour!).

 

“Fool’s Holiday”—All Time Low

Contrary to All Time Low’s first Christmas song, “Merry Christmas, Kiss My Ass,” they come out looking a little less Grinch-like and a lot like a nice, shiny present topped with a big red bow. This catchy, Christmas-party-worthy track also comes with a pretty sick guitar solo.

 

“Yule Shoot Your Eye Out”—Fall Out Boy

It simply isn’t a pop-punk Christmas without Fall Out Boy and their classic puns. Fact.

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