Christopher Drew had the world at his feet during the peak of Never Shout Never. But unlike many of his fellow scene stars of yesteryear, he didn't piss it away by being a dumbass — he just didn't want it.

This week on the podcast, Tyler unpacks the history of Never Shout Never, from MySpace hype and major label bidding wars to a kid who walked away from everything because he just felt burnt by the industry. So what exactly happened? And where is he now?

Also this week on the show is news from Machine Gun Kelly, Boston Manor and first-week forecasts from Dance Gavin Dance and The Used. MGK dropped "Bloody Valentine," the first official single from his upcoming pop-punk album, Tickets to My Downfall. (Spoiler alert: It's good.)

Boston Manor released their third full-length album, Glue, and it's truly just an experimentation gone wrong. Dance Gavin Dance are feeling the effects of the coronavirus on their new album, while The Used continue their inevitable downward trajectory.

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