Fine Bros, 2000s pop punk

Watch college kids react to our favorite 2000 pop punk bands

See college kids/adults react to 2000s pop punk!

October 11, 2018
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We love watching various generations react to some of our favorite bands in the scene, and today, the Fine Bros. have posted a new video of college kids listening to a bunch of 2000s pop punk bands.

Check out the video below!

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Unlike the brother’s typical series’ format, this new video is a reaction series called Sharing Buds. The show, hosted by fellow reactor Tori, shows fellow reactors from across generations listen to different types of music, sharing their music tales and taking audience sent suggestions.

For this week’s episode, the show centered on 2000’s pop punk, and we’re living in the nostalgia. This episode in particular features the likes of Fall Out Boy,Panic! At The Disco,My Chemical Romance,Good Charlotte, and more!

Starting things off in our list, the reactors listened to Fall Out Boy’s classic track “Dance, Dance,” and the biggest takeaway to one reactor is the fact that the entirety of FOB is “they’re all just emo dads now.”

Then, the reactors got to listen to their hand-selected picks. With varying amounts of pop punk classics, like blink-182‘s “First Date” and “Avril Lavigne’s “Sk8er Boi,” the section reminded us of some serious gems.

We can’t get over all the nostalgia, and we’ll be blasting these tracks and more for the rest of the night!

Watch the Fine Bros. latest video below:

What songs would you have picked for this episode? Let us know your top 2000s pop punk tracks in the comments below!

Written by Beth Casteel

Beth is a journalism and film student that runs on little sleep and a whole lot of coffee. She’s a big fan of eating pizza, talking about her love of Seaway and going to a ridiculous amount of shows in Cleveland.