The Wonder Years Stream New Song “Passing Through A Screen Door”, Announce “The Greatest Generation” Pre- Order

Featured — By HopelessNatalie on March 25, 2013

The Wonder Years have exclusively released their new track “Passing Through A Screen Door” off The Greatest Generation on, along side an in-depth interview with lead singer, Dan “Soupy” Campbell today, March 25th here:

Additionally, the full band will be live chatting on at 6pm EST/3pm PST for a full album discussion. “Passing Through A Screen Door” will be available for purchase on iTunes at midnight tonight, March 25th. To Pre-Order The Greatest Generation, with limited edition and exclusive
bundles available, please visit:

The band will be releasing their new album, The Greatest Generation, via Hopeless Records on May 14th, 2013. The album was produced and engineered by Steve Evetts (Saves the Day, Lifetime, Every Time I Die), and mixed by Mark Trombino (Jimmy Eat World, Blink-182, Motion City Soundtrack). The band will appear on the entire 2013 Vans Warped Tour Main Stage, and are currently on their Spring headliner tour with Fireworks, Hostage Calm, and Misser. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit:

Consisting of Dan “Soupy” Campbell (lead singer), Casey Cavaliere (guitarist), Matt Brasch (guitarist), Nick Steinborn (keyboardist/guitarist), Joshua Martin (bassist), and Michael Kennedy (drummer), The Wonder Years are a band that started as something of a joke and grew to become recognized around the country, courtesy of a sloppy debut LP that flicked some sort of switch.  Releasing The Upsides in January 2010, a complete departure from The Wonder Years’ early work, was just the beginning of an ongoing avalanche of momentum that has led the Philadelphia sextet to the forefront of the pop-punk community.

Engaging musicianship and intimate, instantly relatable lyricism made The Wonder Years a critical darling even before hordes of fans began to take notice. But it didn’t take long for everyone to jump on board. Signing to Hopeless Records with their brand of “realist pop-punk” and re-releasing The Upsides with bonus tracks brought about new buzz, and the release of the sprawling, 13-track concept record Suburbia I’ve Given You All and Now I’m Nothing in June of 2011 confirmed what many thought: The Wonder Years were for real.

Playing shows in basements, backyards and VFW halls the country over in its early years, the band had a DIY mentality long before it broke through to a larger audience. “The idea was that, for a long time, no one wanted to work with The Wonder Years so we said fuck it, we’ll do it ourselves,” Campbell says. “We didn’t need anyone else. We weren’t looking for charity. We were just going to cowboy up and fucking do it.”

The Wonder Years graced the cover of Alternative Press, played an entire summer on the Vans Warped Tour, and supported New Found Glory on the Pop Punk’s Not Dead Tour to close out 2011. They opened 2012 in a huge way, with the Glamour Kills Tour, which Campbell called the band’s “first big-boy headliner.” Leading Polar Bear Club, Transit, The Story So Far, A Loss for Words, and Into It. Over It. across the country for six weeks of sold-out shows proved that The Wonder Years are still growing, still making new friends, and breaking new boundaries.

Now, with the bands new release, The Greatest Generation, we will get to see what The Wonder Years have in store for us in 2013. The band tells us, “We know that this is unequivocally our strongest, most honest and most heartfelt work to date. We can’t wait to show everyone what we have in store for this release.”

The Wonder Years will release The Greatest Generation via Hopeless Records on May 14th, 2013. For track listing and tour dates, see below. To Pre-Order The Greatest Generation, with limited edition and exclusive bundles available, please visit:

Track Listing:
1. There, There
2. Passing Through A Screen Door
3. We Could Die Like This
4. Dismantling Summer
5. The Bastards, The Vultures, The Wolves
6. The Devil in My Bloodstream
7. Teenage Parents
8. Chaser
9. An American Religion (FSF)
10. A Raindance In Traffic
11. Madelyn
12. Cul-de-sac
13. I Just Want To Sell Out My Funeral

Headliner Tour Dates:
w/Fireworks, Hostage Calm, and Misser

3/25        The Soapbox Laundrolounge      Wilmington, NC
3/26        Kingdom                  Richmond, VA
3/27        Empire                   West Springfield, VA
3/29        Harmony Grange              Wilmington, DE – SOLD OUT

UK- Slam Dunk Festival:
May 24     Slam Dunk Festival             Glasgow, UK
May 25     Slam Dunk Festival             Leeds, UK
May 26     Slam Dunk Festival             Hatfield, UK
May 27     Slam Dunk Festival             Wolverhampton, UK
May 28     Slam Dunk Festival             Wales Cardiff, UK
May 29    Slam Dunk Festival            Dublin, Ireland

CANADA w/ Silverstein:
Jun 07         Crocks                Thunder Bay, ON
Jun 08         Pyramid Cabaret            Winnipeg, MB
Jun 09         The Exchange                Regina, Sk
Jun 11        The Starlite Room            Edmonton, AB
Jun 12         The Den                Calgary, AB
Jun 14        The Columbia Theatre        New Westminster, Canada

Vans Warped Tour 2013:
Sat June 15        White River Amphitheatre            Seattle, WA
Sun June 16        Portland Expo Center            Portland, OR
Wed June 19        Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre        San Diego, CA
Thurs June 20        Pomona Fairplex                Pomona, CA
Fri June 21        Pomona Fairplex                Pomona, CA
Sat June 22        Shoreline Amphitheatre            Mountain View, CA
Sun June 23        Seaside Park                    Ventura, CA
Wed June 26        NMSU Practice Field                Las Cruces, NM
Thur June 27        Quail Run Park                Phoenix, AZ
Fri June 28        Silverton Casino                Las Vegas, NV
Sat June 29        Utah State Fairpark                Salt Lake City, UT
Sun June 30        Sports Authority Field at Mile High        Denver, CO
Wed Jul 3        Klipsch Music Center                Indianapolis, IN
Fri Jul 5        Molson Canadian Amphitheatre        Toronto, ON
Sat Jul 6        Darien Lake Performing Arts Center    Buffalo, NY
Sun Jul 7        PNC Bank Arts Center            Holmdel, NJ
Tues Jul 9        Farm Bureau Live                Virginia Beach, VA
Wed Jul 10        Merriweather Post Pavilion            Columbia, MD
Thur Jul 11        Comcast Center                Boston, MA
Fri Jul 12        Susquehanna Bank Center            Camden, NJ
Sat Jul 13        Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum    Uniondale, NY
Sun Jul 14        Comcast Theatre                Hartford, CT
Tues Jul 16        Toyota Pavilion                Scranton, PA
Wed Jul 17        First Niagara Pavilion            Pittsburgh, PA
Thur Jul 18        Blossom Music Center            Cleveland, OH
Fri Jul 19        The Palace of Auburn Hills            Detroit, MI
Sat Jul 20        First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre        Chicago, IL
Sun Jul 21        Canterbury Park                Minneapolis, MN
Tues Jul 23        Cricket Wireless Amphitheater        Kansas City, KS
Wed Jul 24        Verizon Wireless Amphitheater        St. Louis, MO
Thur Jul 25        Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood        Atlanta GA
Fri Jul 26        Vinoy Park                    Tampa, FL
Sat Jul 27        Cruzan Amphitheatre            West Palm Beach, FL
Fri July 28        Central Florida Fairgrounds            Orlando, FL
Mon Jul 29        Charlotte Verizon Wireless            Charlotte, NC
Tues Jul 30        Riverbend Music Center            Cincinnati, OH
Wed Jul 31        Marcus Amphitheater            Milwaukee, WI
Fri Aug 2        Gexa Energy Pavilion            Dallas, TX
Sat Aug 3        AT&T Center                    San Antonio, TX
Sun Aug 4        Reliant Center                Houston, TX

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  • Jamie Warnes

    Could have done with some UK headliner dates, I fucking love TWY but Slamdunk is weak. £35 for a short festival set and then having to sit through the rest of the tripe on that line up is lame (disclaimer: not all of the bands are tripe.)

  • Jamie Warnes

    Feel free to correct me if i’m wrong, I often can be…

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