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The Wonder Years Announce Spring Headliner; letlive., Microwave to Support

After a very successful 2015—having released their newest record, No Closer To Heaven, in September and a killer headlining tour alongside Motion City Soundtrack—Philadelphia pop-punk frontrunners The Wonder Years have recently announced that they will be heading out on the road this Spring. Kicking off the month-long run in Buffalo, NY in March, the band […]

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Philadelphia-Based Online Record Store, Wax Bodega, Goes Live

Wax Bodega, an online record store launched by The Wonder Years bassist Josh Martin and Glamour Kills‘ former Marketing Director Kyle Roeger, opened up on November 30 in conjunction with the Thanksgiving season’s Cyber Monday. The online record store, which has reportedly been in the works for about a year now, is a new spot […]

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REVIEW: The Wonder Years – ‘No Closer To Heaven’

Artist: The Wonder Years Album: No Closer To Heaven Genre: Pop-Punk I’ll be honest–when I first accepted the responsibility of reviewing The Wonder Years‘ fifth full-length record, No Closer To Heaven, I was a tad nervous. Like the entirety of their back catalogue, the Philly sextet’s 2013 effort, The Greatest Generation, was utterly airtight, and […]

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State Champs Release Music Video For Breakup Anthem, “All You Are Is History”

The anticipation intensifies as we get closer to the October 16 release of State Champs‘ sophomore full-length effort, Around The World And Back. The Albany pop-punk five-piece have just put out a brand new music video for their song, entitled “All You Are Is History.” The track, as its title suggests, is an edgy jam […]

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The Wonder Years Share “I Don’t Like Who I Was Then”

We are now barreling headlong towards the release of The Wonder Years‘ fifth full-length album, No Closer To Heaven. Thus far, we’ve been given two very promising glimpses of the outfit’s latest studio effort, and earlier today, we were graced with a third. “I Don’t Like Who I Was Then” plays out like a prototypical […]

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The Wonder Years Announce Fall Headlining Tour Alongside Motion City Soundtrack & More

In heavy anticipation of their upcoming fifth full-length record No Closer To Heaven, Philadelphia pop-punk frontrunners The Wonder Years have just announced that they will be heading out on tour this Fall. They will be joined by some killer bands, both old and new, on a month-long run across the country; the bands namely Motion […]

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The Wonder Years Stream New Single, “Cigarettes & Saints”

The Wonder Years have given us a second taste of their forthcoming album, No Closer To Heaven, in the form of a brand new single titled “Cigarettes & Saints.” The Pennsylvania outfit’s latest offering finds Dan Campbell and company pushing their craft to wondrous new heights, both lyrically and instrumentally. While TWY have always stood […]

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The Wonder Years Announce Record Store Acoustic Shows

After having released the new music video for their upcoming album’s lead single last month, Philadelphia’s finest, The Wonder Years, have just announced a series of in-store acoustic shows and singings for late August/early September. The band will be playing a number of intimate shows in different record stores across the East and West coasts in support […]

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The Wonder Years Announce New Album, ‘No Closer to Heaven’

Earlier this year, pop-punk frontrunners The Wonder Years celebrated their tenth anniversary as a band with three discography shows in their hometown of Philadelphia. It now seems as though there are more big things in store for them in 2015. This morning, the band has announced that they will be putting out a brand new album, […]

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Dryjacket Sign To Hopeless Records, Announce New EP & Share New Video

Getting acquainted to Dryjacket should be somewhere on your to-do list this morning. The indie/alternative rock four-piece out of Marlton, NJ shares sonic qualities with the likes of Somos, Prawn, and Dikembe, and they have toured alongside bands like Young Statues and The Wonder Years in the past. Currently, the band is gearing up for […]

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Stream A Full Band Set By Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties

Circa Survive frontman Anthony Green recently concluded the East Coast leg of his solo mini-tour with I Can Make A Mess, Elder Brother, and Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties. Below, you will be able to watch Aaron West’s seven-song, full band set (courtesy of AbsolutePunk) from the band’s December 26 show in Boston. This […]

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The Wonder Years, Matchbook Romance and More Announced for Warped Tour 2015

To ring in the new year, Vans Warped Tour has dropped the names of the next five bands to rock the stages of the nationwide festival this coming summer. Tonight, The Wonder Years, Matchbook Romance, Baby Baby, Icon For Hire, and The Relapse Symphony have been added to the ever growing list of 2015 Warped Tour bands. […]

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