Muscadine Bloodline Is Back With Some More Pop Punk Covers Of Jimmy Eat World And Mayday Parade

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Muscadine Bloodline gives the people what they want.

After they set country music social media ablaze with acoustic covers of pop-punk classics like Blink-182’s “Adam Song” and Yellowcard’s “Only One,” the Alabama-based Red Clay Country duo Muscadine Bloodline left their fans begging for more.

And as they became inundated with song requests in the comments, Charlie Muncaster and Gary Stanton have continued to deliver these awesome covers to the masses.

One of the most frequently requested bands in the comments, Muncaster did an awesome cover of Jimmy Eat World’s “Hear You Me” straight from the beach.

And here’s a live version of the original in case you are not familiar.

And then just a few days later, Muncaster and Stanton both teamed up to harmonize on another pop-punk acoustic cover of Mayday Parade’s classic “Jamie All Over.”

One of country music’s best acts covering the angsty songs everyone loves, it doesn’t get much better than this.

In fact, the support for these covers has been so strong that fans are asking for a whole cover album, and I don’t blame them. I don’t know if it could actually happen, but in the Mayday Parade post, Muscadine Bloodline did respond to a fan’s album request with “Maybe so,” so the idea isn’t completely off the table.

These guys have been on fire on social media lately, though, and it’s not just with the pop-punk covers, either. If you’re not already following their socials, I suggest you change that, so you don’t miss other awesome covers like this Ralph Stanley gospel tune.

Or unreleased originals like “Pay Me No Mind.”


No matter what it is, these guys just don’t miss.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock