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Album Review

If The Wonder Years have taken anything from the television series they took their name from, it’s the importance that storytelling can play in entertainment. While the band is rooted firmly in the emo-punk tradition of driving guitars and earnest, personal lyrics, the band goes deeper than simply writing songs about pining over girls and the pains of a broken heart. On their third album, Suburbia I’ve Given You All and Now I’m Nothing, the Wonder Years don’t just play songs, they craft stories, delving into the everyday battles that exist in between all the big moments in life. Taking a cue from narrative-centric bands like the Hold Steady and the Thermals, the band creates a living and breathing world for their songs to live in, telling stories of sketchy businessmen burning down bowling alleys for insurance money, the lone homeless guy in a small town, and the sobering pains of moving back into your parents basement to get your life back together. These little touches give Suburbia that certain something that allows it to stand apart from the band's peers, giving the listeners songs that don’t need to be deciphered so much as pieced together into a single story. This kind of songwriting makes for an engrossing listen that invites you to sit back and hear its tales as the Wonder Years show you that relationships aren’t the only things in this world that can break your heart. If you’ve been looking for someone to merge the huge sound of melodic hardcore with a strong dose of narrative depth, search no further.

Customer Reviews

The Wonder Years gave us their all and now their something

Amazing! There is absolutely 100% not a bad track on this album. The perfect follow up to The Upsides! Soupy writes such honest lyrics and there is nothing better than a band that brings forth honest conversation in an industry over saturated with empty lyrics.


Saw TWY for the first time last night at the Chameleon Club in Lancaster PA and Soupy blew my f****** mind! Every song on Suburbia is a lyrical masterpiece, catchy as hell, and so real. This is the very best you will get in pop-punk period. From the early days of Get Stoked On It and on through The Upsides to Suburbia, TWY's songs have matured so much. Came Out Swinging is the PERFECT opener, and from that point on you WILL want to memorize every single line and scream your lungs out at their shows like I did. Buy this s*** and experience the awesomeness!

The Wonder Years

Been listening to this band for years. They're my all time favorite. They Forever will be.

But you don't have to enjoy pop-punk to like this album (mostly cuz its not as pop-punk and most pop-punk bands)
It's just good music no matter what you call it. Best band ever.


Formed: 2005 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Taking its name from the TV show The Wonder Years, the Philadelphia punk pop band was formed by guitarists Matt Brasch and Casey Cavaliere, vocalist Dan "Soupy" Campbell, bassist Josh Martin, drummer Mike Kennedy, and keyboardist Mikey Kelly. The sextet got its start in 2005 when previous combo the Premier split up. Regrouping under the new name, the band began playing shows and released two split singles that year (with Bangarang! and Emergency and I). In late 2007, the Wonder Years self-released...
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