With the global success of Olivia Rodrigo's single 'good 4 u', Machine Gun Kelly's chart-topper 'Tickets to My Downfall', and TikTok generating new interest in the likes of All Time Low and Simple Plan, it seems like pop punk has officially made a comeback. We spoke to some emerging bands in the genre discovered through our tech to find out why this cohort of artists is different to past generations, and where the genre goes from here.
So far, our TikTok Creation Essentials guides have covered the journey from your first ever video, to finding your own niche and developing a content strategy, to maximising the app’s potential by going LIVE after you reach 1,000 followers. After finding your audience and fostering a community, the next step is to consider your long-term goals and grow successfully as a creator.
You’ve released your new single, it’s landed on YouTube and you are racking up some great views. Your music has started to be used on other people’s videos for their content - but how do we keep track of all of this, making sure you financially benefit from all those views?