#1
Here is a new Pop Punk song I'm doing for well...my Pop Punk band.

The main influence comes from early Green Day and early Sum 41.

C4C
Attachments:
12.gp4
12.mid
Poop.


Yes, poop.
#2
Pop-punk really isn't my cup of tea, per se. But, keeping in mind what style you're going for, I thought you captured your genre well. It was simple yet catchy, which works, and I was happy that you went into the signature softer section usually found in pop-punk and then right back into it, aha.
What really sets you apart in pop-punk is the vocals and the lyrics, because the song structures are all so similar between bands within the genre, so post when you have full band mp3 and I can really hear what the song will sound like.
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#3
I like it but, like said above..you need vocals. The problem with all of the punk/pop guitar pro songs are they don't have a vocal track for the most part so they are a little boring. overall though it's good and solid for the genre.

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