Confirmed: The Wonder Years announce new album ‘No Closer To Heaven’

The Wonder Years announce new album ‘No Closer To Heaven’

The band will release their new album on 4th September through Hopeless Records.

The Wonder Years have announced plans to release their brand new album, ‘No Closer To Heaven’, this September.

The band, who released their last album ‘The Greatest Generation’ back in 2013, will see their new record hit shelves on 4th September through Hopeless records.

The band’s fourth album was recorded and produced by Steve Evetts, is thirteen tracks in length and also boasts an appearance from Jason Aaol Butler, of letlive. Check out the full tracklisting and hear the first song to be taken from the album, ‘Cardinals’, below.

1. Brothers &
2. Cardinals
3. A Song For Patsy Cline
4. I Don’t Like Who I Was Then
5. Cigarettes & Saints
6. The Bluest Things On Earth
7. A Song For Ernest Hemingway
8. Thanks For The Ride
9. Stained Glass Ceilings (Featuring Jason Aalon Butler)
10. I Wanted So Badly To Be Brave
11. You In January
12. Palm Reader
13. No Closer To Heaven

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The band will also be heading back to the UK early next year, when they join Enter Shikari on the road on February.

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18 Glasgow Academy
19 Edinburgh Corn Exchange
20 Nottingham Arena
22 Bournemouth International Centre
23 Cardiff Arena
25 Manchester Victoria Warehouse
27 London Alexandra Palace

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