Because their music is a derivative of punk - whether you like it or not.
They are pop-punk in its purest form and deserved a mention.
I think we discuss that in the video - all the new sub-genres and whatnot.
Yes but you can class most music as a derivative of punk. For example you could say the whole DIY attitude has influenced a lot of people making Dub Step in their bedrooms. However that doesnt mean they should call themselves punk.
Pop-punk is the biggest oxy moron known to man.
I do not have an issue with it being mentioned in the video, if the video was an hour long or had a different name. I would have no issue with a documentary about bands who class themselves as something they arent.
But seeing as it was only short I think it concentrated too much on something that isnt actually punk for it to be classed as a video about punk. For a video with that name then it should have looked at things like the old punks who still play or young bands who embody the true punk attitude and style.
Just my opinion and by the looks of it the video was made to find out peoples opinion. On a side note the actual production of the video was good
it was like punching myself in the face for half an hour. painful and pointless.
The worst part for me was there were two chavs sitting next to me talking all the way through. Like trying to geuss what was about to happen, reading out the days and times and explaining everything that had just fucking happened. “That dog is barking loads, probably beacuse there is a bad ghost ennit”
Its a good thing Im only wearing my boxers at the moment because otherwise I would lose count. I got two sleeves, full chest, ribs, knuckles, a smiley face on my finger called davey, loads on my legs that I have done and mates/other apprentices have done and one on the bottom of my foot. Counting the sleeves as one each (even though the one is made up of loads of different tattoos) I have about 17.