Top 10 Best Pop Punk Albums of the 2010s

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The Greatest Generation" by The Wonder Years (2013: This album's heartfelt lyrics and anthemic sound encapsulate the struggles and aspirations of a generation.

What You Don't See" by The Story So Far (2013: Known for its emotional intensity and relatable themes, this album solidified The Story So Far as a driving force in the pop punk revival.

You're Not as _____ as You Think" by Sorority Noise (2017: With its introspective lyrics and exploration of mental health, Sorority Noise brought a more vulnerable.

Blink-182" by Blink-182 (2011: A comeback album for Blink-182, it captured their signature sound while infusing it with a more mature perspective, showcasing their enduring relevance.

Proper Dose" by The Story So Far (2018: Demonstrating a maturing sound while retaining their pop punk core, The Story So Far's album delves into themes of change.

Suburbia I've Given You All and Now I'm Nothing" by The Wonder Years (2011: Another release by The Wonder Years that left a mark on the decade.

The Upsides" by The Wonder Years (2010: This album helped revitalize pop punk's popularity, tackling themes of self-doubt and determination with a sense of camaraderie.

Life's Not Out to Get You" by Neck Deep (2015: Neck Deep's energetic and catchy tunes on this album captured the essence of modern pop punk, addressing themes of growing up.

After Laughter" by Paramore (2017: While branching into new wave and synth-pop territory, Paramore retained their pop punk spirit in an exploration of personal struggles and growth.

Adornment" by Grayscale (2017: Grayscale's debut album impressed with its blend of pop punk and alternative influences, addressing themes of relationships.

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