The Wonder Years Album Trailer
2013-03-19 by andcas | 48 Comments

Lansdale, Pennsylvania pop-punk golden boys, The Wonder Years, have released a trailer that gives a brief insightful peek inside the making of their upcoming fourth studio album, The Greatest Generation, out on May 14th, 2013.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTdB99lZ5D4

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Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
March 19th 2013

50293 Comments


pretentious much

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Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
March 19th 2013

50293 Comments


Every band says every record will be x better than x and more x than x and will definitely have the most x

Spec
March 19th 2013

27167 Comments


The Ghost Inside were pretty classy. Just said "expect another melodic hardcore record.

Spec
March 19th 2013

27167 Comments


But yeah, fucking stoked for this.

Captain North
March 19th 2013

6787 Comments


Awful trailer. Like, spectacularly crappy

Spec
March 19th 2013

27167 Comments


my mind is made up mymindismadeup mymindismadeupmymindismadeup troubletrouble

ProjectFreak
March 19th 2013

1344 Comments


stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked stoked

ProjectFreak
March 19th 2013

1344 Comments


my expectations are probably too high

patman1001
March 19th 2013

1012 Comments


so stoked for this

FearThyEvil
March 19th 2013

12540 Comments


Being from Pa, so many of my friends love these guys but I just can't get into them.

MarkTheDead
March 19th 2013

650 Comments


I'm getting an amazing vibe from this album, trailer is amazing.

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MyDearWormwood
March 20th 2013

225 Comments


Trailer may have been a little much but sounds like the vocals have improved quite a bit judging by
the short clip. Album should be good

F0RBES
March 20th 2013

265 Comments


i mean yeah it definitely comes off slightly pretentious for a pop punk band but im sure the album will rule and im stoked

Captain North
March 20th 2013

6787 Comments


I'm a little concerned, cos it was the themes of depression that made me connect in the first place

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
March 20th 2013

23814 Comments


beats by dre, siqq

ThomasTheCure
March 20th 2013

285 Comments


"see people say the greatest generation has come and gone but they're
wrong. they haven't seen what we're capable of"

*facepalm*

still excited, but this trailer is so fucking over the top.

henryChinaski
March 20th 2013

2747 Comments


Cool trailer.

lacesout39
March 20th 2013

47 Comments


I kind of like how ridiculous this trailer is.

Super pumped for this based on the last 30 seconds or so of music

lucasjcockcroft
March 20th 2013

3707 Comments


I'm feeling the 5 already

afoolonahill
March 20th 2013

106 Comments


excited!

Dolving999
March 20th 2013

1629 Comments


This will be so awesome.

joshieboy12345
March 20th 2013

5370 Comments


Album will rule.

Captain North
March 20th 2013

6787 Comments


I'd really been hoping the title was being ironic, but it seems it isn't, which makes me sad.

BonRurgundy
March 20th 2013

351 Comments


cheesy as fuck trailer. still love this band though

ProjectFreak
March 20th 2013

1344 Comments


depressed band writes album about what to do after depression

sputnik gets mad

snerefedsav
March 20th 2013

825 Comments


that clip at the end sounds superb

nononsense
March 20th 2013

3376 Comments


Sweet

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nylertickel2
March 20th 2013

167 Comments


hella jazzed about this


PureMoist
March 20th 2013

7 Comments


Can't wait to hear a new song about stinking it up in a Philly basement.

Cygnatti
March 20th 2013

21352 Comments


not a fan of the album title

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pairofdiddle
March 20th 2013

1 Comments


seems promising, hopefully they can deliver

YouthCat
March 20th 2013

261 Comments


For some reason, there is no doubt in my mind that they will deliver on every ridiculous claim they made in that video. I heard someone say once that Suburbia was their Deja Entendu, so maybe this will be their Devil and God?

tacos N stuff
March 20th 2013

359 Comments


pumped!!

Spec
March 20th 2013

27167 Comments


andcas be honest. If you had never heard of them before and saw this trailer, would you not find it pretentious?

pmmets07
March 20th 2013

5870 Comments


it's cool that they're so invested in their music, but really, wouldn't "we have a new album coming out" suffice?

MarkTheDead
March 20th 2013

650 Comments


Regardless of if andcas knew them or not, it's overwhelmingly ignorant to label them pretentious knowing what they've done in the past, are you saying they're not capable of delivering something that outstanding?

nononsense
March 20th 2013

3376 Comments


This band better than The Story So Far? I think they might be.

MarkTheDead
March 20th 2013

650 Comments


They're arguably better than TSSF, instrumentally they're on par with one-another, but lyrically TWY is better by a huge margin.

lucasjcockcroft
March 20th 2013

3707 Comments


I like TWY more
I love them both
but yeah TWY lyrics are just so far beyond other pop punk bands

jdennis31
March 20th 2013

6511 Comments


Has andcas mentioned how nice they are yet? Saw bassist in sa try to kick a kid then threw a pick at him and flicked him off. Like a 15 yo kid. Andcas ignant twat

J0ckstrapsFTW
March 20th 2013

3652 Comments


So stoked for this

ProjectFreak
March 20th 2013

1344 Comments


"can a band put extra emphasis on how much their music means to them without someone labeling them pretentious or is that just not possible?"

as someone who really liked this trailer, no. but it's only pretentious if they don't deliver.

ProjectFreak
March 20th 2013

1344 Comments


also let's not compare this to Devil and God, my expectations are already sky high and if this album is anything less than a 4.5 i will be kind of crushed.

RosaParks
March 20th 2013

14886 Comments


Tbh if i wanted music with some cliche pseudo intellectual analysis of life i would listen to folk-punk, not pop-punk #eliminatepoppunk

zaruyache
March 20th 2013

6393 Comments


This is so inspirational oh my jesus.

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Trist66
March 20th 2013

148 Comments


band is cool, album will be awesome, album trailers are stupid, thread is stupid

Captain North
March 21st 2013

6787 Comments


The problem isn't that they're being arrogant or too excited by their own music. Theres nothing really wrong with most of the sentiments in that video, the problem is more the way the thing was edited. Classic art-student doco style, which is an irritating as fuck style.

SingForTheDead
May 3rd 2013

94 Comments


I enjoy The Wonder Years. More looking forward to the album (although it will more than likely be enjoyable) falling short of everyone's sky-high expectations and ripping a black hole in the heart of Sputnik.



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