Teen Idols

Decades: 1990s 2000s


The Teen Idols are a classic pop punk band in every sense of the word, combining punk’s energy with sticky sweet melody that refuses to leave your brain. Originating from Nashville, Tennessee, USA, the Teen Idols first emerged in 1997, comprised of four musicians who chose to go by only their first names - Keith (vocals), Phillip (guitar), Heather (bass), and Matt (drums). Signed to the indie label Honest Don’s, the Teen Idols issued three album releases for the company as well as numerous singles and an appearance on the Descendents tribute album, Homage. The quartet has built a sizeable following in Japan, where they have issued several split singles, one of which (paired with the Osaka outfit Spread) sold over 20, 000 copies. Like all good punk bands, the Teen Idols make their living on the road, where they have shared the stage with New Found Glory, Less Than Jake, and No FX. In the early twenty-first century, the Teen Idols signed with the Fueled By...

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