The Wonder Years releasing new album, headlining spring tour
These Philadelphia natives have come a long way since their No Sleep debut six years ago, evolving from a small time buzz-magnet to a full-grown touring machine. After three very successful full-lengths and countless splits and EPs, The Wonder Years announced last week that they will be releasing their fourth studio full-length, The Greatest Generation, on May 14. The new album will be backed by a spring headlining tour with Fireworks, Hostage Calm and Misser, followed by a headlining slot on the entire Vans Warped Tour this summer. The spring tour wraps up with a sold-out show at Wilmington’s Harmony Garage on March 29th. (Don’t worry, they’ll be back for Warped Tour in Camden this summer on July 12th). Below, watch them perform “And Now I’m Nothing” at The Met Cafe in Pawtucket, RI on March 9th.