Most of the pop punk revival is just downright shit music. Polar Bear Club and The Swellers have both been around since the early to mid 2000's, I would not throw them in the same category as the tidal wave of bullshit that's been building up over the last few years. Fireworks is the only band I can handle a few songs of, and even most of theirs are pretty bad. I blame A Day To Remember and post-Coming Home era NFG.
On a side note, I got into a semi-argument (didn't last long because the topic was pretty inane as far as I'm concerned) with a few dudes the other day. They were your standard pop punk revival fanboys. They kept calling this stage maneuver a "posi jump":
Like I said, I wasn't going to have the discussion of what those should actually be referred to as, because it'd just be silly. But I'm pretty sure I've never heard that term before. Am I crazy? I remember seeing bands like TSL do that in music videos and on stage, pretty sure had it nothing to do with "staying posi, bro".