Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties will bring Bittersweet EP to Underground Arts in June - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart
Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties | photo courtesy of the artist.

Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties, the folk-punk band fronted by The Wonder Years‘ Dan Campbell, has announced a summer tour with Allison Weiss, Can’t Swim, and Cold Collective. This includes a stop at Underground Arts in Philly on Thursday, June 2nd.

Campbell also recently announced the Bittersweet EP, which will be out on May 20th. His first record under the West persona, We Don’t Have Each Other, was released in July of 2014; this will be the project’s first release since then. Bittersweet‘s first single, the fanfare adorned “67’, Cherry Red”, was shared last Friday.

Campbell said about Bittersweet:

This EP serves as a bridge to future full lengths. The songs place a period at the end of We Don’t Have Each Other and open up a new chapter for Aaron to start rebuilding.

For tickets to their show at Underground Arts (they go on sale tomorrow at 10 am), check out the XPN Concert Calender. Listen to “67′, Cherry Red” by Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties below.

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