Starting out as a NOFX covers band, Canadian punk pop group Sum 41 took their music from hometown house parties to worldwide chart success. Their style became a soundtrack to skate culture and positioned them alongside the likes of Green Day and The Offspring. Their hit single 'Fat Lip' was their breakthrough, becoming a firm favourite on MTV and reaching number eight in the UK, before their debut album 'All Killer, No Filler' arrived in 2001. With a rigorous tour schedule, they played more than 300 gigs in 2001, building up a keen live following that continued to support them through the albums 'Does This Look Infected?' (2002), 'Chuck' (2004) and 'Underclass Hero' (2007). After welcoming new member Tom Thacker to the band in 2009, their fifth album 'Screaming Bloody Murder' was released. In April 2019, the band released the single 'Out for Blood' followed by 'A Death in the Family', 'Never There' and '45 (A Matter of Time)'. The four singles are included on their seventh album 'Order in Decline' released in July of the same year.