Playlist: Several songs are must-haves for a house party


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All Time Low will be releasing an extended cut titled Don’t Panic: It’s Longer Now on Sept. 30.

The next time you’re the DJ for a party with friends and can’t find the right music, here are some bands to try:

A Day to Remember

Originating in Ocala, Florida A Day to Remember is a five piece band. Led by frontman Jeremy McKinnon they have released four albums, and will be releasing their fifth, titled Common Courtesy, on Oct. 8. The House Party Tour will be their ninth US headlining tour.

“All I Want”

“If It Means A Lot to You”

“Better Off This Way”



All Time Low

All Time Low is a four piece band originating in Baltimore, Maryland. They have been a very influential part of the pop punk scene since their inception in 2003. In 2012 they released their fifth full length album, Don’t Panic and will be releasing an extended cut titled Don’t Panic: It’s Longer Now on Sept. 30.


“Dear Maria Count Me In”

“Somewhere in Neverland”


Pierce the Veil

Pierce the Veil is a four piece band from San Diego, California. They fall into the genre of post-hardcore, but refer to their music as “mexicore” because of the group members’ Mexican descent. They have released three full length CDs with Equal Vision and Hopeless Records.

“Bulletproof Love”


“Yeah Boy and Doll Face”


The Wonder Years

The Wonder Years is a five man band based out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They have released four studio albums since they began in 2005. They are signed with Hopeless Records.

“There, There”

“Teenage Parents”