The Wonder Years bring 'The Hum Goes On Forever' to Franklin Music Hall - WXPN
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The last time The Wonder Years paid a visit to their hometown crowd, it was a takeover of several businesses in downtown Doylestown, making an intimate experience for big fans to celebrate their new album The Hum Goes On Forever.

A few weeks down the line, the band came back through town to headline a packed house at Franklin Music Hall. After an opening set from Detroit road warriors Fireworks, The Wonder Years showcased half of Hum‘s 12 song — from the opening “Low Tide” to a third-act play of “Lost In The Lights” — and then dug into their celebrated catalog, touching on highlights including “Local Man Ruins Everything,” “Pyramids of Salt,” and of course their iconic closer, “Came Out Swinging.”

Check out photos from The Wonder Years’ and Fireworks’ sets below; the run in support of Hum continues tonight at The Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts, find their tour dates here.

The Wonder Years | photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN

The Wonder Years | photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN

The Wonder Years | photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN

The Wonder Years | photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN

Fireworks | photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN

Fireworks | photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN

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