Mohawks, neon colored hair, studded belts and leather jackets have become the stereotypical emblem of punk rock – an aggressive image that has frightened parents for decades on end. The Descendents, however, are pretty much the antithesis of the Manic Panic-clad kids coloring the scene.
Formed in 1977, the pop punk band is considered a pioneer of the genre known for their signature angsty sound and a well-respected discography. Breaking stuff and skipping school were never part of their brand, as is evident by the title of their first release, Milo Goes to College.
Read more about the unconventional punk rockers in our interview with frontman Milo Aukerman.
The band are now embarking on a four-city China tour, which marks their first-ever performance in the PRC – and we're giving away two pairs of tickets to the show at MAO Livehouse in Beijing.
You heard us: two lucky readers will get two tickets each (that means you'll have to pick a favorite pal to take with you, no pressure) for free. The winner will be selected on Friday so enter now for your chance to snag this sweet prize.
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