Soupy West new songs and video

2014-06-25 by SimGod | 16 Comments
Dan "Soupy" Campbell (The Wonder Years) has released new songs from the upcoming debut album of his solo project Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties.
The song St. Joe Keeps Us Safe is the third song released from the album We Don't Have Each Other due July 8th on Hopeless Records.


He also made a video for the song Divorce and the American South


You Ain't No Saint.


Tagged: Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties

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Italianjesusfootball
June 24th 2014
288 Comments


awesome.

chug73
June 24th 2014
2833 Comments


Although this Americana stuff can be pretty cringey at times this sounds promising.

SPRFanOf5H
June 24th 2014
828 Comments


My high school yearbook had a part of the musical concert section dedicated to Soupy, it was weird. Never heard of these guys until now, definitely checking this solo project out and the Wonder Years material.

chug73
June 24th 2014
2833 Comments


Go listen to The Greatest Generation. Top notch songwriting.

Rowan5215
Staff Reviewer
June 24th 2014
38791 Comments


Fucking rules
such a great dude

Rowan5215
Staff Reviewer
June 24th 2014
38791 Comments


Those vocals towards the end of St. Joe UGGHH Soupy you beast

scottpilgrim10
June 25th 2014
4748 Comments


This is probably too good, wished he was at my warped date

stranger
June 25th 2014
803 Comments


My high school yearbook had a part of the musical concert section dedicated to Soupy

i've read and re-read this sentence several times and it still makes no sense. did he go to the same school as you or something?

MuhNamesTyler
June 25th 2014
6145 Comments


All of that was pretty good. I bees checknn dis out

SnakeDelilah
June 25th 2014
19370 Comments


@strangerthanfission I think that the band was so popular among the musical department that a section of the concert dedicated their performance to him.

stranger
June 25th 2014
803 Comments


what does that have to do with the yearbook tho?

Lettuce
June 25th 2014
133 Comments


You Ain't No Saint is the only song im not a fan of out of these three.

DurzoBlint
June 25th 2014
1302 Comments


Divorce and the american south is by far the best.

YoYoMancuso
June 25th 2014
12670 Comments


Man this is pretty awesome, getting this as soon as it comes out

stranger
June 26th 2014
803 Comments


my question remains unanswered i'm confused plz help haven't slept since posting that

chug73
June 27th 2014
2833 Comments


Lettuce: Agreed, Saint didn't do it for me either.



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