2020. Pop punk.
If there’s one thing for certain, it’s that the Philly-based pop-punk outfit, The Wonder Years put their entire souls into each body of work they release. So if you can’t get enough of The Wonder Years then this should be right up your alley! The guys have announced their new acoustic album ‘Burst & Decay (Volume II)’ will be released on February 14, 2020 and will feature, yep you guessed it, acoustic re-worked tracks from their back catalogue.
Nearly three years ago, some of their most popular songs like ‘There, There’ and ‘Don’t Let Me Cave In’ were taken to crushing new heights on the first edition of the groundbreaking Philly band’s first acoustic EP, ‘Burst & Decay’. They were only just getting started.
Produced and engineered by Ace Enders (The Early November), ‘Burst & Decay (Volume II)’ truly takes this stripped-back The Wonder Years experience to an entirely new level. The new release features stunning string arrangements from Little Kruta String Quartet and guest vocals on ‘We Look Like Lightning’ from Alex Maniak of the band Shortly.
LP pressed on white vinyl.
Tracklisting: Washington Square Park / We Look Like Lightning / I Wanted So Badly to be Brave / Passing Through a Screen Door / It Must Get Lonely / Cul-de-sac / Hoodie Weather