The Wonder Years stream song

2012-04-21 by Prag | 26 Comments
Philadelphia pop-punk band The Wonder Years have streamed their song off their split with Chicago band Stay Ahead Of The Weather. The song, titled "Me vs. Highway", is officially released on April 24th along with the rest of the split.

The stream can be heard here: http://www.absolutepunk.net/journal.php?do=showentry&e=357682

(Scroll down a little bit to hear stream. The SAOTW song "No Money, Mo Problems" can also be heard)

Tagged: The Wonder Years

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Mickeymau5
April 21st 2012
1614 Comments


Cool

rokknroll4
April 21st 2012
165 Comments


Song rules but whats up with the production?

loveisamixtape
April 21st 2012
7400 Comments


what the fuck that was so good

RCKilm
April 21st 2012
232 Comments


Both of these were awesome. Production was weird. Song still awesome.

BroFro
April 21st 2012
459 Comments


Yeah the production is off on this. Dan's voice sounds really shaky. Still a sweet track though.

attack30s
April 21st 2012
80 Comments


I didnt think the song was anything special :/

lucasjcockcroft
April 21st 2012
3721 Comments


it ruled, of course.

BonRurgundy
April 21st 2012
358 Comments


Yeah production song sounds poor, pretty good otherwise.

HangEmHigh
April 21st 2012
281 Comments


Song was pretty good. But I think the SAOTW song was better.

jwyles4
April 21st 2012
311 Comments


Song rules, band rules, met soupy... he ruled. Everything about this band rules.

patod92
April 21st 2012
32 Comments


it was recorded/produced by their guitarist nick in his house, for those complaining about the production.

captainchunk
April 21st 2012
36 Comments


The song is awesome, as I woul expect. Yeah, the production isnt great, but it doesnt make it unbearable to listen to

fulgrim
April 21st 2012
1542 Comments


pretty nice track.

hykudos
April 21st 2012
464 Comments


band can do no wrong. solid!

ThunderNeutral21
April 21st 2012
3864 Comments


better than their older shit but still kinda lame, the production fucking sucks and their singer is shit

Mabbitt
April 21st 2012
1583 Comments


i'm REALLY enjoying the stay ahead of the weather song

Sirob
April 22nd 2012
2653 Comments


holy shit... that chorus

SpaceWhale
April 22nd 2012
156 Comments


nothing amazing but solid none the less

dimsim3478
April 22nd 2012
7695 Comments


FYI: Stay Ahead is fronted by the Into It Over It guy.

Can't wait to hear Soupy's new vox in an actually well-produced album.

Butkuiss
April 22nd 2012
4469 Comments


Never got the hype with these guys.

EagleBlade
April 22nd 2012
63 Comments


absolutely love it

Spec
April 22nd 2012
34815 Comments


Rules hard.

nwoolley1
April 23rd 2012
15 Comments


chorus is awesome

nash1311
April 23rd 2012
1760 Comments


Agree with all the hate.

Digging: I the Mighty - Where the Mind Wants to Go / Where You Let it Go

lucasjcockcroft
April 23rd 2012
3721 Comments


^shut up

nash1311
April 26th 2012
1760 Comments


^ lol



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