Taking Back Sunday Celebrate 20th Anniversary, Premiere New Track ‘A Song for Dan’

When discussing the legacy of 2000s pop punk and emo, one would be remiss to forget the high-octane melodrama of New York band Taking Back Sunday. Founded in 1999, the four-piece would first break the Billboard charts with 2002’s Tell All Your Friends, a gut-punching collection of songs like “Cute Without the ‘E’ (Cut From the Team)” and “You’re So Last Summer” — of which the 2003 video spotlighted a memorable lip-sync by fellow Long Islander and Public Enemy member Flavor Flav. Taking Back Sunday’s pop-conscious hooks and knotty, post-hardcore riffs

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