The Wonder Years have announced a new tour.
The Wonder Years have released a video for “Sister Cities” and launched pre-orders for their new album of the same name.
The Wonder Years will release their new album, Sister Cities, on April 6th. They’ve released a new trailer for the album.
More information about that The Wonder Years 7″ has emerged. The song appears to be called “We Look Like Lightning” and is part of an album titled Sister Cities.
Some lucky fans are getting new The Wonder Years music sent to them. Apparently it’s a new song and a spoken word poem. You can find some tweets detailing the package/song below and there’s lots of up to the minute information and gossip about what’s going on in our forums.
It looks like The Wonder Years are sending out some teasing postcards.
The Wonder Years have updated all their social media accounts to read “See You in 2018.”
You can watch The Wonder Years’ acoustic set from this weekend on Facebook. The concert helped raise money for hurricane victims and ended up raising raised over $5,000. You can still donate here.
The Wonder Years will be streaming a live acoustic set, backed by a string quartet, this Sunday. They’ll be raising money for hurricane victims in Puerto Rico during the set.
The Wonder Years have announced some new acoustic tour dates.
The Wonder Years have debuted their acoustic version of “There, There” from their upcoming acoustic EP.
Ace Enders shared on Instagram that The Wonder Years recorded their new acoustic EP at his studio.
The Wonder Years’ new acoustic EP, Burst & Decay, is now up for pre-order. The album will be released on September 22nd.
A new listing on Amazon has The Wonder Years releasing an acoustic EP called Burst & Decay on September 22nd.
The Wonder Years will be doing a UK tour in early 2017. PUP and Tiny Moving Parts will be opening. Dates are below.
The Wonder Years will be heading out on tour with Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, and Moose Blood. The tour dates can be found below.
The Wonder Years have announced some small UK shows for this July.
We know it’s been too long since we’ve really headlined and we’re sorry. Scheduling all of this is hard and with two of us getting married this year on top of all the touring we already had planned, fitting a UK run in has been a challenge, but we decided that isn’t fair to you. So, we’re making it happen. At the end of July, we’ll be coming over for four very special, very intimate shows. We’re playing in small rooms and playing long, ground-covering sets.
Trash Boat have released their new video for “Strangers.” The track comes from their upcoming album Nothing I Write You Can Change What You’ve Been Through, out June 17th via Hopeless Records. The song features Dan Campbell of The Wonder Years fame.
When Jason Aalon Butler of Letlive. came out howling his incendiary guest vocal bridge on “Stained Glass Ceilings,” I finally realized what I found so fascinating about The Wonder Yearsʼ most recent headlining tour. While the band had been called pop-punk for years now, I had never really thought of them in the same vein as the punk bands of bygone eras. You couldn’t connect The Wonder Years back to the unrest and revolution promised within the words and sounds of The Ramones, or The Sex Pistols, or Black Flag. But in a subversive way, the modern, populist version of punk that The Wonder Years symbolize has finally found its voice. And one could argue that The Wonder Years have planted themselves into the punk tradition of political protest songs.