A compelling third effort from the Philadelphia pop-punkers...
Recalling the likes of early Ataris and New Found Glory to mind, with their pocketfuls of pop-punk-fuelled nostalgia scattered on every musical surface, The Wonder Years invite you to dance, sing, and stare at the horizon and recount summer memories. Emotive and punchy, the Philadelphia six-piece wear their broken hearts firmly on their sleeves and, with a six-strong vocal onslaught saved for special moments, the boys have carved out a clutch of anthems of sorts for another generation of pop-punk fans. An impressive third effort indeed, designed to compel you to throw your fist skyward and indulge in a good old sing-song.
A Day To Remember's second Self Help Festival descended on Philadelphia's Festival Pier this weekend. Take a look at our highlights gallery to see how ADTR, Bring Me The Horizon, The Wonder Years, Crown The Empire, Motionless In White, Chiodos and everyone else got on throughout the day.
Things have happened this week. Important things, like Bring Me The Horizon releasing a new song and the supports being announced for the Rock Sound Christmas Ball. Some quite funny, incredibly unimportant stuff happened too. Like this lot.