The Wonder Years announced Tuesday morning, November 19, their headlining tour that kicks off February 20, 2020. Fans can expect not one but two sets by the band on each date, an acoustic and an electric. If that doesn’t show you how much they care they’re also teaming up with headcount.org. With Headcount, the band will be helping to register voters at almost every date on the tour as well as provide national and local voter information to concert-goers. The Wonder Years are bringing along three fantastic support bands: Free Throw, Spanish Love Songs, and Pool Kids to complete what… Read more »
idobi photographer Lindsey Blane covered The Wonder Years show at Vogue Theatre in Vancouver, BC.
The Wonder Years have released multiple live videos to support those in need after the disastrous hurricanes that swept Puerto Rico last fall.
It’s been three years since we last heard new material from pop punk favorites The Wonder Years, but our wait is nearly over.
idobi photographer Gaelle Pitrel covered The Wonder Years show at Backstage By The Mill in Paris.
idobi photographer Audrey Lew covered The Wonder Years show at Webster Hall in NY.
While â€œTeenage Dreamâ€ was playing what seemed to be every fourth song on the radio in 2010, The Wonder Years were quietly cultivating a fanbase of kids that felt less â€œyou make me feel like Iâ€™m living a teenage dreamâ€ and more â€œIâ€™m not sad anymore, Iâ€™m just tired of this place.â€
The Wonder Years just released a new song called â€œCigarettes & Saintsâ€ from their forthcoming album, No Closer To Heaven, which is due out on September 4th via Hopeless Records. Read what some of idobiâ€™s writers thought about the songâ€”and you can see if you agree or disagree by watching the music video for â€œCigarettes & Saintsâ€ below!
Always a pleasure speaking with my long time friend SOUPY from The Wonder Years. He discusses this Sunday’s Glamour Kills Holiday show at Webster Hall, how this is a celebration of the “scene,” and how lots of bands have made strides to make music that much better for all those involved, as well as discusses details (full band perhaps?) on the upcoming Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties shows he has planned in the next few weeks. And of course, new The Wonder Years talk as well. And the Eagles. Not the band. – Gunz
To celebrate 10 years of being a band together, The Wonder Years have announced three anniversary shows at the Union Transfer in Philadelphia, PA. For each show, the band will play a different album from their discography, including , and Suburbia, I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing.