The Wonder Years announce plans to record upcoming full-length w/ Steve Evetts

The Wonder Years announce plans to record upcoming full-length w/ Steve Evetts

Philly pop-punkers The Wonder Years have announced plans to head to California sometime this month to record their upcoming full-length album with Steve Evetts, who produced the band’s 2010 album, “Suburbia I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing.” Here’s an interesting description of the album from the band themselves:

“It’s three guitars turned way the fuck up. It’s a rhythm section that’s trademarked by broken cymbals and bloody bass strings, and me and my friends screaming our heart out of our chests until you feel every moment of desperation and every moment of joy in these songs.”

Isn’t that a little over the top, fellas? On a side note, we’ll keep you posted as more details on the The Wonder Years’ upcoming album surface. The band’s most recent studio album, “Suburbia I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing,” came out in June 2011 on Hopeless Records.

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