The Wonder Years Release Full-Band Version Of “Living Room Song”

Brace yourself: The Wonder Years have released a new song, kind of.

The undisputed kings of new-school pop-punk have released a full-band version of “Living Room Song” over at Alt Press. The acoustic version of the track originally appeared as an elusive Japanese B-side to 2011’s Suburbia I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing, and has since been released as a bonus track on the deluxe edition of the record. I personally believe that the acoustic version is far superior, but it’s great to have both versions around.

The song will be released through No Sleep Records’ A Comp For Mom on August 5. The comp serves as a memorial for No Sleep founder Chris Hansen’s mother, who passed away earlier this year.

Check out “Living Room Song” after the jump and let us know what you think.

John Bazley
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One Response to “The Wonder Years Release Full-Band Version Of “Living Room Song””

  1. K. Bennett says:

    That was fantastic… but it just makes me want new TWY.