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NEWS: The Wonder Years confirm UK tour for January/February 2017!

As part of a run that takes them across Europe, pop-punk favourites The Wonder Years have just announced dates of a headline tour across the UK in January and February to kick start their 2017.

You can check out all UK dates of the tour listed in full below:

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NEWS: The Wonder Years announce intimate UK shows for July!

Philadelphia based six piece The Wonder Years have confirmed four special, intimate UK dates this coming July.

Vocalist Dan ‘Soupy’ Campbell has this to say of the forthcoming shows; ‘We know it’s been too long since we’ve really headlined and we’re sorry. Scheduling all of this is hard and with two of us getting married this year on top of all the touring we already had planned, fitting a UK run in has been a challenge, but we decided that isn’t fair to you. So, we’re making it happen. At the end of July, we’ll be coming over for four very special, very intimate shows. We’re playing in small rooms and playing long, ground-covering sets’. Find out where you can catch the band below:

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VIDEO: Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties – ’67, Cherry Red (Lyric)

With a recently announced 3-track EP titled ‘Bittersweet’ shortly on the way, Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties (the solo project of Dan “Soupy” Campbell from The Wonder Years) has debuted a lyric video to accompany the release’s opening track, ’67, Cherry Red’.

You can stream, watch, and sing along to the track via the player below:

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NEWS: Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties confirms new EP, ‘Bittersweet’, out May 20th 2016!

Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties, the guise of the solo project of The Wonder Years frontman Dan “Soupy” Campbell, have announced details of a 3-track EP, ‘Bittersweet’, which is scheduled for release on May 20th 2016 through Hopeless Records.

You can check out the EP’s artwork and full track listing below:

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VIDEO: The Wonder Years – Stained Glass Ceilings (feat. Jason Butler of letlive.)

The Wonder Years are streaming their brand new music video for ‘Stained Glass Ceilings’, taken from their recent LP ‘No Closer To Heaven’ (Hopeless Records). The video features letlive. frontman Jason Butler, and you can check it out below:

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NEWS: The Wonder Years tease video for ‘Stained Glass Ceilings’!

Currently on the road across the UK supporting Enter Shikari, pop-punk favourites The Wonder Years have just released a short and seemingly corrupted video teaser for their track ‘Stained Glass Ceilings’, which features Jason Aalon Butler of letlive. and comes from their latest record, ‘No Closer To Heaven’.

You can stream and check it out below:

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NEWS: The King Blues return; confirmed to support Enter Shikari in February 2016!

Despite their rather sudden split back in April 2012, London’s The King Blues have now confirmed that they have officially returned, though a more thorough statement or explanation is yet to be announced. However, the band have joined Enter Shikari‘s February tour line-up as opening support. You can find all dates of the tour listed below:

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NEWS: Motion City Soundtrack stream reworked version of ‘It’s (Sort of) A Pleasure To Meet You’!

After The Wonder Years released their reworked ‘A Song For Patsy Cline’  featuring Justin Pierre last week, Motion City Soundtrack have unveiled ‘It’s (Sort Of) A Pleasure To Meet You’, with reworked lyrics/vocals from TWY man Dan Campbell:

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NEWS: The Wonder Years release reworked version of ‘A Song For Patsy Cline’!

Coinciding with their current co-headline tour, Philadelphia based outfit The Wonder Years have teamed up with Motion City Soundtrack to release a limited edition 7″, which features the singers from the bands swapping tracks to record a reworked set of lyrics/vocals for each other:

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AUDIO: The Wonder Years – I Don’t Like Who I Was Then

Pop-punk darlings The Wonder Years have now unveiled a stream of ‘I Don’t Like Who I Was Then’, the latest cut from their eagerly awaited new record, ‘No Closer To Heaven’. You can check it out via the embed below:

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