The Wonder Years begin work on new album; expect summer release

The Wonder Years begin work on new album; expect summer release

Philadelphia pop-punk act The Wonder Years have just announced that they have entered the studio to begin recording a new album, their first full-length on Hopeless Records. The band has chosen Steve Everrett to lay down the tracks, saying this about the producer,

Steve Evetts is a legend in our eyes. The man has produced some of the greatest pop punk and hardcore releases of all time. He has the ability to make anything from Saves the Day to Every Time I Die sound good. I trust his judgment, I think he’s going to help push us to make a better record than we could ever thought possible and honestly, I just want to bother him with questions about what it was like to record Through Being Cool.

The Wonder Years last release was their 2010 No Sleep album, The Upsides.

The band has some shows scheduled in the UK this month before heading back stateside in February. Head to their Dying Scene Shows page for more information.

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