Once known for their raucously anti-suburban anthems and untamed, feverish post-collegiate angst, The Wonder Years have proven time and time again to be a band that grows with its audience, maturing alongside fans while keeping alive the ember of heart-wrenching honesty and candidness that make their sound so deeply personal and raw.
This past September, the band released Burst and Decay, an acoustic reimagining of selections from their discography, from Suburbia I’ve Given You All and Now I’m Nothing’s “Coffee Eyes” to No Closer to Heaven’s “Cardinals”. Alongside this release, they also announced a fifteen date tour, playing an entirely acoustic set at various intimate venues across the United States. On October 8th, 2017, they played not one but two shows at Le Poisson Rouge in New York, NY.
The show I attended was entirely new territory for me: a pop-punk matinee.
Continue reading Live Review: The Wonder Years at Le Poisson Rouge in New York, NY
On Tuesday 7/14 The Wonder Years took to the Shark Main Stage at the Mansfield, MA date of the Vans Warped Tour.
Check out some photos from their set below.
Check out my photographs of The Wonder Years, The Story So Far, Modern Baseball, and Elder Brother at the Providence, RI stop on their fall tour on October 3, 2014.
This whole playlist is a result of trying to figure out who was the female vocalist on This Wild Life’s song ‘Better With You.’ Everything you need to know about this playlist is in the title, which is ‘Player [ ] has entered the game.’ Nothing wrong with bringing in a guest vocalist or maybe seven for a certain idea turn into reality.
The end of summer is approaching, which means all of us students out there are in the home stretch of attempts to get back into shape before the next school year rolls around. So, for this week’s Mixtape Monday, I decided to put together a playlist of a few of my favorite songs and artists to work out to. Check it out below and make sure to follow us on Spotify for future playlists!