Coloring books are ageless, and that’s just a fact of life. No matter how many years you have under your belt, it should never be considered anything other than common to bust out some crayons and focus in on staying in the lines. (Or, if you really live on the edge, not staying in the lines at all!)

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Thanks to artist Emily Becker, we have been graced with the Pop-Punk Coloring Book, which serves as a guide through ‘00s pop-punk and emo music. Both physical copies and digital editions are on sale now.