EmoEmo stands for emotional. Instead of an angry, hard-core way of expressing one-self, Emo has taken a new role in the twentieth century. From music with strong emotion and feeling, unlike hard rock, this has emerged as an alternative way to let feelings be known.

Emo is not only a classification or a type of music it has also taken over the way young people expresses themselves through their choice of clothing. Visually, emo’s are somewhere between a metaller and an indie.

Black clothes are teamed with bright colours. Emos will often be seen in clothing such as Punkyfish, Vans and Atticus Clothings (Blink 182's own clothing line). The term ‘emo’ is stereotyped with tight jeans on males and females alike, a long fringe to hide behind brushed to one side of the face or over one or both eyes.

They have dyed black, straight hair, and wear tight t-shirts which bear the names of emo bands, studded belts, skate shoes or other black shoes and thick, black horn-rimmed glasses.

Bands are mostly American and musically accomplished. It is part hardcore punk, part melodic indie. Favourite bands include Fall Out Boy, Alkaline Trio and Funeral For A Friend.
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