The Tonight Alive singer tells us why she connected with Good Charlotte's self-titled album at such an early age.
"It depends on what you think pop-punk is because I think it’s different for everyone and there are so many different umbrellas. But for me, I think my favourite pop-punk album is Good Charlotte’s self-titled. It was their first full-length record and every song is about being an underdog, it’s about being a loser, it’s about being hated or picked on or for whatever reason just feeling like an outcast. And I think that’s such a cool thing to grow up listening to, because what you’re looking for is reassurance and acceptance and all these things that maybe society can’t offer you. That record is really gritty and punky and in your face. And here it is, love it or leave it and I just love that about Good Charlotte."
Over their illustrious and eccentric 22 year history, Good Charlotte have taken on many different styles and sounds. In celebration of their album 'Good Morning Revival' turning 12 today, we thought it was only right to look back over every album the band has released.