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QUIZ: Do you remember the lyrics to Bowling For Soup’s “1985”?
QUIZ: Do you remember the lyrics to Bowling For Soup’s “1985”?
“1985” by Bowling For Soup is a certified scene anthem. We’ve screamed it at Warped Tour and blasted it through our car speakers for 16 years now, but it’s still hard to believe it’s been around that long.  Even though it’s a classic, the song has been revived through TikTok, with people making a variety of hilarious videos featuring the track, including that “2005” emo remake.  Read more: Even mo
Here’s 10 clever lyrics that could rival those dad jokes you’ve heard
Here’s 10 clever lyrics that could rival those dad jokes you’ve heard
Lots of bands can effectively write an extremely clever lyric, but it takes a certain bold and confident self-awareness to truly pull off loud and proud dad jokes in a song. Not that many artists can get away with a melodic vocal in such a light manner (or the opposite, depending upon which unappreciative fan is listening and bitching about the “corniness” of said phrase on the band’s official You
See Bowling For Soup make their own TikTok to the emo rewrite of “1985”
See Bowling For Soup make their own TikTok to the emo rewrite of “1985”
Earlier this week, AltPress reported about TikTok user fntmsage and his modern version of the classic Bowling For Soup hit "1985." Now the magnificent singer of BFS himself has posted his own TikTok reacting to the video.  In it, we see Jaret Reddick holding up a really cool piece of "1985" memorabilia and banging his head to the lyrics.  R...
Bowling For Soup pen rock-heavy tribute song to WWE’s Alexa Bliss
Bowling For Soup pen rock-heavy tribute song to WWE’s Alexa Bliss
Rock and Roll and WWE have a friendship that never ceases to perish. Everyone from Poppy to Bring Me The Horizon have been involved with the professional wrestling mega-corporation. And now, Bowling For Soup can add their name to the list. The Texas pop-punks not only had a WWE star in their music video, but the song was entirely devoted to that star, Alexa Bliss...
Bowling For Soup play with dogs and cover Suicide Machines—watch
Bowling For Soup play with dogs and cover Suicide Machines—watch
Bowling For Soup are teaming up with AP to premiere a new music video covering the Suicide Machines’ “Sometimes I Don’t Mind” in celebration of their 25th anniversary this year. With “Sometimes I Don’t Mind” being the first cover in the installment, the band will be releasing 12 fresh covers over the next 12 months to commemorate their career and legacy. Read more: Billie Joe Armstrong unveils...