NewsJune 3, 2017 5:28 PM ET2,953 views

'Punk Goes Pop Vol. 7' announced

Official press release: Fearless Records is proud to reveal the album details for Punk Goes Pop Vol. 7, set to release July 14. Punk Goes Pop Vol. 7 will feature the top and up-and-coming bands in today's alternative scene covering the biggest Top 40 hits with their own dynamic flair. The seventh installment of Punk Goes Pop features contributions from State Champs, Dance Gavin Dance, New Years Day, plus a collaboration between Andy Black and Juliet Simms, and many others. Punk Goes Pop Vol. 7 track list: 01. State Champs - "Stitches" originally performed by Shawn Mendes 02. Dance Gavin Dance - "That's What I Like" originally performed by Bruno Mars 03. New Years Day - "Gangsta" originally performed by Kehlani 04. The Amity Affliction - "Can't Feel My Face" originally performed by The Weeknd 05. Andy Black (feat. Juliet Simms) - "When We Were Young" originally performed by Adele 06. Grayscale - "Love Yourself" originally performed by Justin Bieber 07. Capsize - "Fake Love" originally performed by Drake 08. Boston Manor - "Heathens" originally performed by Twenty One Pilots 09. Eat Your Heart Out - "Shape Of You" originally performed by Ed Sheeran 10. The Plot In You - "Let It Go" originally performed by James Bay 11. Ice Nine Kills - "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" originally performed by ZAYN & Taylor Swift 12. Seaway - "Closer" originally performed by The Chainsmokers (feat. Halsey) 13. Too Close To Touch - "In The Name Of Love" originally performed by Martin Garrix & Bebe Rexha The first single on the album features Dance Gavin Dance's cover of Bruno Mars' "That's What I Like," available now.
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anonymous 6/3/2017 2:40:53 PM

Jesus Christ, this is horrific.


anonymous 6/3/2017 3:47:58 PM

holy LOL The bands doing the covers are the "pop" bands, while the artists they're covering are just hollow, vapid corporate radio horseshit.


anonymous 6/4/2017 3:11:29 PM

Every volume of this metric fck ton of douchery represents the different levels of hell where the people in these bands will one day reside


anonymous 6/4/2017 8:26:25 PM

All the bands on this album would give their left nuts to be celebrities. Too bad Hollywood is all about mind control and pedophilia. Bryan Singer is stoked!





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