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The new kid in town in summer festivals is Sad Summer Festival. It made its way through Worcester, MA’s The Palladium on July 14th and with a bill featuring Mom Jeans, Four Years Strong, The Wonder Years and Mayday Parade. It did not disappoint!
Download organisers have weighed in with an exclusive performance from pop-punk supergroup Simple Creatures along with 16 more acts. Get more details inside.
Fresh from releasing their new single, Brit emo-punks Erica Drive sat down and told us about five killer songs that influenced their sound. See what they chose right here.
UK pop-punkers Eat Defeat participate in our latest Stereo Six, where they list five albums (and one unpredictable curveball album) that have influenced their music, including their newest Bearded Punk Records release, I Think We’ll Be Ok.
The Wonder Years’ No Closer To Heaven, via Hopeless Records, is the new record and it’s a hit. It delivers hooks and guitar parts that have been proudly assembled.
During their Toronto stop of 2015’s Vans Warped Tour, we Tourpedoed Dan “Soupy” Campbell, lead singer of the Hopeless Records pop punk band The Wonder Years.
Got time with Dan “Soupy” Campbell, lead singer of the Hopeless Records pop punk band The Wonder Years, during Vans Warped Tour. Check out his “Venue in the Woods” segment for Tales of Touring Terror!
The Wonder Years have announced the upcoming release of their highly anticipated fifth studio album, ‘No Closer To Heaven,’ which will be released September 4th, 2015 via Hopeless Records.
Hopeless Records is excited to announce the release of the brand new music video from The Wonder Years! “Local Man Ruins Everything” will debut today exclusively on HERE.
The Wonder Years just celebrated their sixth anniversary as a band and in that time have already released three studio records and several EPs and split EPs with other artists. The group released its third record Suburbia I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing in June to much critical and commercial success and are also one of the biggest featured bands on this summer’s edition of the Van’s Warped Tour.
The first few times I listened to this CD I couldn’t help but think of the pop-punk emo bands that were so popular when I was in high school, especially Taking Back Sunday. The album is full of heartbreak, loneliness and growing up.
Hopeless Records is excited to welcome the newest members of the family, Philadelphia’s own, The Wonder Years. Made up of vocalist Soupy Campbell, guitarists Matt Brasch and Casey Cavaliere, bassist Josh Martin, drummer Mike Kennedy and keyboardist/guitarist Nick Steinborn, The Wonder Years are just six dudes here to bring you some pop-punk straight from the Keystone state.