One of the greatest feats of the emo genre is its ability to cross barriers, genres and fandoms to unite us all under the common denominator of music. While the early s were a time of thriving for excessive eyeliner and black skinny jeans, the past decade has brought forth a revival that many of us never saw coming. It was a lifestyle. In , it became the second best-selling rock song in the U. Nostalgia reigns supreme in this Sleeping With Sirens track that many still have on repeat in
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Straylight Run – “Existentialism on Prom Night”
We all remember the smash hits, but sadly, there are several forgotten emo classics from the noughties that have been consigned to the scene scrapheap alongside MySpace, crunkcore and shutter shades. These are 12 forgotten emo classics that belong on any throwback playlist. Built around a tender piano melody, this cut from John Nolan and co.
Bright Eyes – “The Calendar Hung Itself…”
The angsty lyric that spoke to you: "What will it take to show you that it's not the life it seems? This was the music video that ignited your undying love for Frank Iero and affirmed your attraction to emo men. Gerard Way and the band just knew how much of an outcast you were and gave you an anthem that paved your way into emo-hood. FOB really helped you transition into your emo phase. Those impossible-to-understand lyrics, Pete Wentz's eyeliner, and Patrick Stump's trucker hat: perfection.
What they had in common: a greater emphasis on melody, dynamics, and, yes, lyrics about feelings. What could better appeal to teenagers than a genre accused of being overly serious and painfully self-aware at the same time? Anyone or anything can be emo, and yet almost nobody claims making it. On the one hand, the genre has long been denied serious critical assessment, often dismissed as music for teens but never subject to the generous leeway or empathy given to pop music specifically designed for adolescents. As we set out to define the parameters for this list, one guiding principle we agreed upon was to go back to the original definition whenever in doubt. The first wave starts in Washington, D. Tim Kinsella started Joan of Arc, a free-form collective that produced a mind-boggling catalogue of abstract art-rock, cultivating a diehard fan base and resonating through the scene for decades. Texas is the Reason and Mineral became the targets of seven-figure bidding wars between Jimmy Iovine and Clive Davis, and both collapsed under intraband conflict before ever making a major-label record.