The Revolution, which began in the two main cities London, England and New York City, New York, changed the way many people saw music and it opened new doors to others who shared similar music, fashion, and feelings. “Mirroring social upheaval with a series of visionary songs couched in black humor, groups such as the Buzzcocks (“Orgasm Addict”), The Clash (“Complete Control”), and Siouxsie and the Banshees (“Hong Kong Garden”) scored hits in 1977–78”. A lot of the modern day bands and even some of the past well-known bands such as Nirvana, Green Day, and Blink 182. Even though the Punk Revolution was a while back many new punk bands are still emerging because the principles of freedom and expression of emotions are still needed. Many young teens believe that as soon as you turn 13 you have the right to rebel and be angry at everything and anything. This genre helps them finds a place to belong and others to relate to and at this certain period of time, meaning 13-18 yr. olds, you tend to find who you are, what you like, and who you want to be. But with this journey you make wrong choices, you’re confused, and often trying to be independent. For many youngsters, punk has helped them to belong and guide them in life. So far there has been no evidence to counteract the thesis. Also, no unbiased research has been made because it is mainly a matter of opinion.