Inspiring wonder with their meandering, intelligently poetic offerings, the wonder years return this friday, april 6, 2018, with sister cities, thanks to hopeless records with dogged determination to the road, the wonder years have been across the globe and shared stages with the likes of good. Their new mini album, titled the wonder years – trilogy, was greatly anticipated by fans, curious about what the girls’ new concept would be likewise, i looked forward to their new single, as. The wonder years - no closer to heaven / 2015 / hopeless records / emo, pop punk, alternative rock the wonder years - no closer to heaven album review youtube 10 worst albums of 2017.
My review of the sixth album by rock band the wonder years, sister cities sister cities hopeless records the wonder years - sister cities - album review - duration: 11:07. Album review: no closer to heaven by the wonder years posted by altdialogue in albums , discography // 1 comment american pop punks the wonder years have released their fifth album no closer to heaven , picking up where its 2013 predecessor, the greatest generation , left off this is more than your typical american pop punk album. For the better part of the last decade, the wonder years have become experts in offering up lyrically astute, meaningful pop-inflected rock with their latest effort - and sixth record to boot - they continue that trend, with frontman dan ‘soupy’ campbell once again painting excruciatingly detailed pictures of life’s challenges, frustrations and connections.
Over the past few years, and the course of three albums, the lyrics of the wonder years have taken a turn from “nonsense” to rather personal feelings and fears 2010’s the upsides marked the beginning of this change, and the pennsylvania group’s most recent album the greatest generation. The album starts off with ‘brothers &,’ an anthemic intro to create the initial pace of the album and build up for the second song, ‘cardinals,’ which launches right into the sound of the wonder years we know and love. On their sixth album, the springsteen of philly pop-punk and his bandmates look to the world outside their hometown, with fewer big choruses than ever. The wonder years are a band that have escalated to the top of the pop punk platform they're an act that have propelled to dizzying heights, mastering their sound as they walk with pride bulging in their stomachs.
The wonder years no closer to heaven over the past four years—and the course of three beloved albums—the wonder years have rapidly risen through the pop-punk ranks on their way to cementing. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for sister cities - the wonder years on allmusic - 2018 - with their 2015 release, no closer to heaven, find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for sister cities - the wonder years on allmusic - 2018 - with their 2015 release, no closer to heaven. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for the upsides - the wonder years on allmusic - 2010 - the wonder years may take their name from the find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for the upsides - the wonder years on allmusic - 2010 - the wonder years may take their name from the. On sister cities, the wonder years' sixth full-length album since forming in 2005, the pennsylvania group's vocalist and lyricist dan campbell is preoccupied with space almost every song on sister cities is dotted with geographical detail.
Review summary: for a band that released an album called the upsides this sure is a downer there isn't really a good place to start talking about this album i suppose about the band, the wonder years are a sextet from pennsylvania and no closer to heaven is the follow up to 2013's critically. Album review: ‘no closer to heaven’ by the wonder years for some reason, music isn’t classed by the wider world as art it’s perhaps due to the homogenisation and overall dimensionlessness of the majority of what is in vogue, but it’s a largely unfair generalisation, especially when concerning bands like the wonder years. The wonder years: no closer to heaven by eli shively on september 10, 2015 if you were to tell the wonder years , back when they formed in 2005, that they’d someday be writing a record with deeply-rooted themes of classism, drug use, and religion, they’d probably find it very hard to believe.
The wonder years have become the shining light of all the current pop punk acts, ironically by arguably straying away from their pop punk tendencies on sister cities this is a fantastic album much more nuanced that most of its current competition in the genre. Make no mistake, there are elements of the wonder years here that you’d connect to their old pop-punk brand but this album is a much more serious diary it’s alternative rock, driven, guitar-aggressive, written with so much heart and emotion but more so, it’s a collective of what makes the world tick for a bunch of guys maturing in the. The wonder years’ new album was all in all a great success to me and i thoroughly enjoyed the whole thing i’m happy that i gave the music a chance, because now i have a new album to go binge-listen to.
The wonder years: the greatest generation album reviews one-hit wonder: chloe kohanski’s “come this far” has a deeper message pingback: top albums of 2013 (so far) | mind equals blown() omar loera this record rules i’ve strongly disliked every release til this one i am now a fan of twy. I never dug much further than that however, so it came as something as a surprise to find that not only is sister cities the band’s sixth album, but the wonder years clearly aren’t the same band that soundtracked fleeting summers several years ago the band have matured, and grown up no longer is their staple diet pizza and pop-punk. The wonder years' sixth lp is a globe-trotter of emotionally-staggering proportions, and is also their most mature and compelling work to date the wonder years' sixth lp is a globe-trotter of emotionally-staggering proportions, and is also their most mature and compelling work to date. For the most part what keeps a band exciting is the ability to strive for change and creative growth although there’s always been a very fine line between experimentation and what feels like “abandoning” your core audience, when done right it’s what turns good bands into great bands now.