The Wonder Years are apparently set to record a new album this summer.
An interview with AbsolutePunk.net revealed that the band seem ready to beginning work on their follow-up to last year's 'Suburbia, I've Given You All And Now I'm Nothing':
'The band will have a rare summer off this year after playing Bamboozle and a doing short run with The Early November that extends into early June. But they won’t be relaxing too much – they’ll be writing their fourth LP, which should come out on Hopeless Records in late spring or early summer next year. Recording that album will take place around an as-of-yet-announced, month-long fall tour in November or so. Campbell has already started collecting lyrics that he’s been jotting down for a while.
While we may not know what LP4 will sound like, or how the community will react to it, one thing we can bank on is that The Wonder Years will constantly try to keep moving forward. Even when you ask the band or their friends individually about where they see The Wonder Years in a couple of years, it seems like there’s a common vision in place.'
The Wonder Years will be playing at this year's Hit The Deck festival this weekend, before their two UK headline shows.
22 Hit The Deck Festival, Nottingham
23 The Peel, Kingston (Sold out)
24 The Peel, Kingston ('Suburbia...' show)
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