Bad Religion has been one of the most influential and acclaimed punk bands since its formation in Los Angeles, California in 1979. Throughout their 40-year career, the band has released 16 studio albums, won two Grammy awards, and consistently attracted thousands of fans to their iconic passionate live performances. They have also attracted admiration and esteem from the industry with a collection of accolades, including being inducted into the Punk Rock Hall Of Fame, Loudwire Music Awards’ Honourable Achievement Award and multiple Kerrang! Awards. While they are recognised for developing a patchwork style of songwriting combining their signature melodies, harmonies, and lyrics that critique society’s ills and hypocrisies with heartfelt emotionality, there are some hit songs that have made those critiques undeniably catchy. ‘Sorrow’ has become an institutionalised part of punk culture for its pulsing power chords and biblical metaphors about morality; ‘American Jesus’ was voted No.1 single by Rolling Stone readers; ‘21st Century Digital Boy’ was Billboard Magazine’s 1994 college radio record of the year; while ‘Infected’ took home two MTV Video Music Awards in 1993. You can now see why it is no surprise that Bad Religion has such a loyal following journeyed decades long through whatever ups or downs they faced.