|The Wonder Years New Video|
2013-07-12 by Josh Howe | 21 Replies | 1713 Views
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania pop-punk band The Wonder Years have released a new video for their song 'Passing Through A Screen Door'. The song is taken from their newest album The Greatest Generation available now on iTunes.
Watch Here: http://kroq.cbslocal.com/2013/07/11/the-wonder-years-passing-through-a-screen-door-video-premiere/
should have done it for cul-de-sac
pretty boring but I love soupy's explanation for the video:
“I call the song an atypical love song, because that’s what it is to me. It touches on the idea of societal pressure dictating the way you should live your life. The wife, the kids, the house. I know that those are all things I want, but I don’t know when,” explained Campbell. “And to be honest, I’m terrified of them. There’s so much that can go wrong. When you think about it, there’s so much responsibility. I don’t want to fuck up a kid’s life. Am I balanced enough, stable enough to help guide someone else through the world? Those are big ideas, they’re terrifying. I’m constantly running away from that.”
Digging: Waxahatchee - American Weekend
song still gives me chills
Jesus Christ. I’m 26.
All the people I’ve graduated with,
All have kids,
All have wives,
All have people who care if they come home at night.
Well, Jesus Christ, did I fuck up?
Song is awesome.
fantastic song. this album definitely hasn't grown off of my yet. Pretty cool vid
Digging: Two Gallants - Two Gallants
Yeah video is a little underwhelming, but I got the point.
Awesome song though.
Digging: Mutoid Man - Helium Head
Shit video, brilliant song. As long as the music's good that's all that matters.
Well, Jesus Christ, I'm 26.
And I'm still amused by prank phone calls.
BTW, how come bands never make appearances in their own music videos anymore?
spent the winter writing songs about my wiener
Digging: Mary J Blige - The Breakthrough
"BTW, how come bands never make appearances in their own music videos anymore?"
constant touring? it is how they make all their money now.
^ *cough* Metallica *cough*
i dont know why but i just cant get into this band.
Listening to this record during a train ride was more entertaining than this, but I get why they made it this way.
This aint 2002 pop punk is dead someone needs to tell these guys
Best song on the album.
Song's great, video's kinda bland.
Digging: Mansions - Doom Loop