Just in time for the 20th anniversary kick off of the Vans Warped Tour, Fearless Records' UK darlings As It Is decide to flex their pop punk knowledge. Divisively, the teams were split into The Patrick Foley Experience and Team Himenyama with their bassist Ally being spared by the chaos in order to mediate.
Want to find out how up to snuff your pop punk trivia is? Follow along in the video above, and answer the questions the boys prepared, below.
The Vans Warped, featuring As It Is et al, will kick off this Friday 6/19 in Pomona, CA. Can't make it? Check out the webcast streaming live on Fuse and keep a close eye for a slew of video interviews and on the ground coverage from your favorite Warped Tour artists.
The new album from As It Is, "Never Happy, Ever After" is out now on Fearless Records.
'Stay What You Are' was released in 2001 and produced two successful music videos on MTV2 for the singles "At Your Funeral" and "Freakish."
"Bring It" by Cobra Starship featured William Beckett of The Academy Is..., Travie McCoy of Gym Class Heroes and Maja Ivarsson of the Sounds.
"From The Screen To Your Stereo" was released in 2000 by Drive-Thru Records. The follow-up "From The Screen To Your Stereo II" was released in 2007.
Matchbook Romance released 'Stories & Alibis' in 2003 and 'Voices' in 2006.
In 1999, the band that would become the Starting Line formed in Churchville, Pennsylvania, when guitarist Matt Watts emailed frontman and bassist Kenny Vasoli.
Fall Out Boy was formed by Pete Wentz and Joe Trohman as an alternative side project to their respective hardcore bands.
Gabe Saporta started Midtown in 1999 and Cobra Starship in 2003.
Motion City Soundtrack released "The Future Freaks Me Out" in 2002 and "Everything Is Alright" in 2005.
'Enema Of The State' peaked at #9 on the U.S. Billboard 200.
A Machine Shop remix of Armor For Sleep's track "Remember To Feel Real" was featured on the 'Snakes on a Plane' soundtrack in August 2006.
Taking Back Sunday released their albums in the following order: 'Tell All Your Friends' (2002) 'Where You Want to Be' (2004) 'Louder Now' (2006) 'New Again' (2009) 'Taking Back" Sunday' (2011) 'Happiness Is' (2014)