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The Wonder Years stream new song “Pyramids of Salt”

The Wonder Years are now streaming their new track, “Pyramids of Salt.” The track comes off their new album “Sister Cities,” as a testament to chilling intros and the movement of emotion that music should always illicit.

The boys are heading out on tour Tigers Jaw, Tiny Moving Parts, and Worriers starting in May and ending in June as well.

Check out the new track below.

The Wonder Years announce tour with Tigers Jaw, Tiny Moving Parts, and Worriers

The Wonder Years have announced some summer US tour dates where they will be joined by Tigers Jaw, Tiny Moving Parts, and Worriers.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

The Wonders years are getting ready to release their new album Sister Cities on April 6th through Hopeless Records.

The Wonder Years announce new album “Sister Cities”

The Wonder Years have announced their new album Sister Cities will be released on April 6th through Hopeless Records. You can check out a teaser video for the record below.

The band’s last studio album No Closer to Heaven came out in 2015.

The Wonder Years stream “There, There” from upcoming album “Burst & Decay”

The Wonder Years are streaming “There, There” which is taken from their upcoming acoustic album “Burst & Decay”. Give it a listen below.

“Burst & Decay” includes seven tracks from the band’s previous catalog, re-imagined and presented in a new light acoustically. It will be released on September 22nd.

The band have also announced an acoustic tour which will kick off on September 24th. You can find the list of dates below.

The Wonder Years recorded upcoming acoustic EP at Ace Enders’ studio

The upcoming Wonder Years EP we told you about yesterday was recorded at Ace Enders‘ Lumberyard studio. He shared an Instagram post of the band and his team.

This record is going to be super weepy, isn’t it? If you dare tell anyone I’m into that, I’ll fight you. With knives.

The Wonder Years announce acoustic EP “Burst & Decay”

The Wonder Years have announced the upcoming release of an acoustic EP. “Burst & Decay” will be co-released with Hopeless Records and through a new venture created by the band called Loneliest Place On Earth. Vocalist Dan Campbell on the plan:

“To whom it may concern,

We’ve begun a new venture. I’m hesitant to give it a title because I don’t want to limit what it could become but, for now, I’m going to call it a collective – an avenue for music and art and writing and performance. The first order of business will be to pair up with Hopeless Records to co-release an acoustic EP we recorded in May called ‘Burst & Decay’. In the coming months and years, we’ll be rolling out releases, artists and events. The seeds are being planted. This is just the beginning but for now, thank you. We love you. We’ll see you soon.”

Track listing and pre-order links below.

2000 Trees Festival announces lineup feat. The Wonder Years, Slaves, The Front Bottoms, Beach Slang & more

2000 Trees Festival, a yearly 3 day long alternative music festival, has announce an extended lineup featuring some big names. You can find the full poster below.

The announcement includes Slaves, The Front Bottoms, The Wonder Years, Beach Slang, Gnarwolves, Muncie Girls, Apologies, I Have None, Wars, Petrol Girls, Making Monsters and more. The festival takes place in Cheltenham in England from the 6th of July to the 8th. You can find tickets and pricing info here.

The Wonder Years working on new album

According to a recent post on their Twitter page, The Wonder Years have begun working on a follow-up to 2015’s No Closer to Heaven. The band’s short but sweet message:

“Happy 2017. Time to get to work. We’ve got a record to write. We love you.”

We’ll keep you posted as more details on The Wonder Years’ next album come to light. No Closer to Heaven was released in September, 2015 through Hopeless Records.

The Wonder Years announce UK/EU tour with PUP and Tiny Moving Parts

The Wonder Years have announced a tour across the UK and Europe, with PUP and Tiny Moving Parts in support. PUP will be in support from January 31st to February 5th, and Tiny Moving Parts will play all dates.

See if there’s a show near you below.

The band’s latest album No Closer To Heaven was released in September, 2015 through Hopeless Records.

The Wonder Years announce North American tour

The Wonder Years have announced they will be touring North America this fall. Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, Moose Blood, and Seaway will be the support bands.

See if there’s a show near you below.

The band’s latest album No Closer To Heaven was released in September, 2015 through Hopeless Records.

The Wonder Years announce summer UK shows

Pop-punks The Wonder Years have announced some tour dates in the UK this summer.

Check out all the dates and locations below.

The Wonder Years last released “No Closer To Heaven” in September of 2015.

Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties will release new EP on Hopeless Records

Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties have announced some new details about their upcoming EP, Bittersweet.  The band, which is the solo project of The Wonder Years‘ frontman Dan Campbell, will release the 3-track EP on May 20th on Hopeless Records.  You can pre-order the EP here.

In the meantime, you can check out a lyric video for the new single “67, Cherry Red” below.

According to Campbell, Bittersweet furthers the narrative crafted on the band’s 2014 debut, We Don’t Have Each Other, which followed Aaron West through a tumultuous winter bouncing around the American South in the wake of a series of personal tragedies. Elaborating on this, Campbell says, “This EP serves as a bridge to future full lengths. The songs place a period at the end of We Don’t Have Each Other and open up a new chapter for Aaron to start rebuilding.”

The Wonder Years announce Spring tour with Letlive. and Microwave

Pop-punks The Wonder Years have announced a tour for March and into April with Letlive. and Microwave. You can check the poster with dates below.

The Wonder Years last released “No Closer To Heaven” in September of 2015.

Self Help Festival adds The Wonder Years and more to their 2016 lineup

We’ve been keeping you updated on the lineup for A Day to Remember‘s Self Help Festival 2016 and now, four more bands have been added to that list.  The Wonder YearsThe Story So FarCrown The Empire, and Cruel Hand join the bands already set to play the festival.  It will take place in San Bernadino, California on March 19th, 2016 at NOS Events Center.  The full line-up so far can be found below.

You can pick up tickets here and if you’re interested, make sure you take advantage of their Cyber Monday deal today!

Motion City Soundtrack and The Wonder Years stream split 7-inch

Motion City Soundtrack and The Wonder Years have released a stream of their tour exclusive split 7-inch. The split was released to commemorate their current tour together, and sees the band trading songs from their new albums and having their frontmen write new lyrics and melodies.

Instead of trying to explain it anymore, you can just give a listen to “(Sort of) A Song for Patsy Cline” by Justin Pierre (Motion City Soundtrack) and “It’s (Sort of) a Pleasure to Meet You” by Dan Campbell (The Wonder Years) below.

The Wonder Years released their new album, No Closer To Heaven, on September 4, 2015 on Hopeless Records, while Motion City Soundtrack released Panic Stations on September 18, 2015 through Epitaph Records.