More incredible songwriting from the best in the business.
One album up north and one down south.
'Other People's Lives'
AND WE'RE OFF!
“I looked at it as a fun challenge."
As the band gear up to release a special vinyl boxset, we dive back into the whirlwind that was the release of The Wonder Years' breakout records, courtesy of the man who was at the middle of it all.
Recorded in the style of 'Suburbia I've Given You All And Now I'm Nothing'
This is so brilliant.
Of course this is going to be brilliant.
Happy Birthday to a real one.
The follow-up to 'Burst & Decay' is on the way.
You love to see it.
This is genuinely pretty brilliant.
The Wonder Years flew the flag for pop-punk on the Saturday of Download Festival during their slot on the Avalanche Stage, and we're lucky that Carla Mundy was there to catch all the action.
There is no love like hometown love. When a band is proud of where they come from, they want to let you know. The simplest way of doing that is naming a song after it. Be it a landmark, a trait or just a straight up homage, these are some of the best examples.
The touring festival will hit the US this summer.
Start saving now, this year is looking good.
Mayday Parade and The Wonder Years hit London for a massive co-headline show at Troxy over the weekend, with support from Movements and Pronoun. Jennifer McCord was there to capture all of the action both on and off stage.
Covering all topics from the first time they came across one anothers' bands, through to the end of Warped Tour, all the way to fatherhood- this chat goes deep.
Also on the line-up are The Used, Goldfinger and a whole lot more.