The Wonder Years - Sister Cities download album
Sister Cities is the title track off The Wonder Years‘ sixth studio album. In January, 2018, people began receiving postcards from the band with the single artwork on the front of the postcard, and the lyrics to the chorus on the reverse. The single was released on February 8, 2018 along with the video on Hopeless Record’s YouTube channel. Sister Cities" Track Info. Written By Dan Campbell. Release Date April 6, 2018. Sister Cities The Wonder Years.
Sister Cities is the sixth studio album by The Wonder Years, released on April 6, 2018. The album was officially announced by the band on February 5, 2018 along with a teaser video on YouTube. In the video, frontman Dan Soupy Campbell called the album a record about distance, or maybe how little the distance matters anymore. I was journaling on tour and as a band we were taking photographs of everything and once the tour was finished, I had this stack of journals and photographs to look through. I scanned them all in and then printed them right back out and started highlighting anything that I thought was interesting to me, any moments I had that felt important. Then I started to organise them into different categories or topics and collated all the experiences together that thematically fit a song.
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Speaking to The Wonder Years frontman Dan Campbell ( Soupy to his friends) over a transatlantic FaceTime call with the same ease with which one would phone a friend in the next street, it’s difficult not to marvel at how technology is making the world seem smaller and more interconnected than it has ever felt before. The record is really about connectivity says Dan. You’re. Emotive east-coast Pennsylvanian punks stream sixth album Sister Cities exclusively with The Independent. Remfry Dedman rydedman. Tuesday 3 April 2018 16:00. The Wonder Years, from left to right, Casey Cavaliere, Josh Martin, Matt Brasch, Dan "Soupy" Campbell, Nick Steinborn and Mike Kennedy ( Jonathan Weiner ).
Sister Cities by The Wonder Years, released 06 April 2018 1. Raining in Kyoto 2. Pyramids of Salt 3. It Must Get Lonely 4. Sister Cities 5. Flowers Where Your Face Should Be 6. Heaven's Gate (Sad & Sober) 7. We Look Like Lightning 8. The Ghosts of Right Now 9. When the Blue Finally Came 10. The Orange Grove 11. The Ocean Grew Hands to Hold M.
Sister Cities is the sixth studio album by American rock band The Wonder Years. After the release of No Closer to Heaven in 2015, The Wonder Years spent two years on a massive world tour to support the album. Along the way, vocalist Dan Campbell kept a journal to document experiences and feelings, and the band took photographs of everything they saw. Following the tour, Campbell went through the collections and highlighted excerpts he felt were meaningful.
The Wonder Years put themselves forward as the type of band a young fan could build an identity around without worrying that it would seem embarrassing years later. That’s proven remarkably true: Even as predecessors like Brand New have slid into ignominy, the Wonder Years-tracking a roughly parallel creative arc-have kept going, leaving suburban frivolity behind for broader musical horizons, darker thematic material, and dozens of imitators. But every successful band eventually outgrows its hometown, and it’s clear on the Wonder Years’ sixth album, Sister Cities, that they’re struggling with where they fit in as citizens of the world. It’s a record about distance, or maybe how little the distance matters anymore, Campbell recently said, hinting at the feeling of international saudade that comes through in nearly every song on Sister Cities.
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Artist: The Wonder Years. Album: Sister Cities. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: April 3, 2018 - The Wonder Years – Sister Cities (2018). September 2, 2015 - The Wonder Years – No Closer To Heaven (2015). May 12, 2013 - The Wonder Years – The.