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Lansdale, Pennsylvania, United States (2005 – present)

The Wonder Years is an American pop punk band from Lansdale, Pennsylvania, United States that formed in June 2005. Since their conception, they have released four full-length albums, two EPs, and several splits/compilations. The group is currently signed to Hopeless Records. Their name originates from a paper that lead vocalist, Dan ‘Soupy’ Campbell, read written by his after-school education teacher titled “The Wonder Years”

Current members

Matt Brasch – guitar, backing vocals
Dan “Soupy” Campbell – lead vocals, acoustic guitar

Casey Cavaliere – guitar, backing vocals
Mike Kennedy – drums, percussion
Josh Martin – bass guitar, backing vocals
Nick Steinborn – guitars, keyboards, piano, backing vocals

Studio albums

2007: Get Stoked on It!
2010: The Upsides
2011: Suburbia I’ve Given You All and Now I’m Nothing
2013: The Greatest Generation

Compilations

2013: Sleeping on Trash: A Collection of Songs Recorded 2005-2010

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  • vitorsilighini

    Greatest Generation > Suburbia > Upsides > Get Stoked On It

    21 Dec 10:28pm Reply
  • LCDnewOrder

    Suburbia > Upsides > Greatest Generation > Get Stoked On It

    19 Dec 5:24am Reply
  • Marrajjj

    The Greatest Generation is hands down their best album... Most creative and best lyrics

    27 Oct 9:26pm Reply
  • Ivar91

    SpAgetttt: Funny you'd say that since The Upsides is about early twenties...

    16 Oct 2:28pm Reply
  • SpAgetttt

    If you liked The Upsides better than either of the last two, you're either a dumb teenager or have never experienced life

    11 Oct 5:38am Reply
  • The-Riot-Before

    Not a fan of The Upsides. The vocals keep me from enjoying it.

    8 Oct 8:21pm Reply
  • R-Mac

    As far as their creative peak? I'd definitely say The Upsides. I see that I'm in the minority here as most of you like Suburbia and The Greatest Generation. (I'm making this face right now: o_O). The Upsides has the best mix of energy, lyrical songwriting, and *memorable songs*. I remember the songs on The Upsides (and Get Stoked On It, for that matter...) more than I do these new songs. This isn't a matter of me needing to spend more time with the album, this is perhaps either a result of the more mature songwriting, or just a lack of attention to making the songwriting stick, lol. I'm all for lyrical content. I really like the song on The Greatest Generation that deals with Soupy being stuck in an airport while his loved one is in the hospital, for that matter. But does it move me as much as say, "This Party Sucks" or "Logan Circle" or "Everything I Own Fits In This Backpack"? Nope. The Upsides had songs that fucking commanded you to sing along.

    5 Oct 2:12pm Reply
  • R-Mac

    I went out to Philly to catch a show at Tower Theater. I saw a few of the Philly references (Logan Circle, Melrose Diner). question for you Philly kids: you ever catch Soupy out in the hood? Does he really come thru Melrose Diner for a bite to eat? Does he really live what he spits in these songs? Haha

    5 Oct 2:04pm Reply
  • Zanderich

    get stoked is still their best album

    26 Sep 1:23pm Reply
  • vitorsilighini

    Best band in the world!

    14 Sep 4:39pm Reply
  • KeSHaHateCreW

    Passing Through A Screen Door - incredible song. Love at first listen.

    30 Jul 12:48pm Reply
  • matheuzimsccp

    HEY JESS

    19 Jul 3:43am Reply
  • Marrajjj

    love this band so much.

    3 Jul 3:22am Reply
  • FolxPunxForLife

    And I still think Dude, What is a Land Pirate is one of their best songs.

    9 Jun 7:33pm Reply
  • CrusselRow

    There, There still gets me every time. *beardy tear*

    8 Jun 11:09pm Reply
  • FolxPunxForLife

    I remember being in Lansing in 2009 when they played all their songs off GSOI and the EP and I was the only one there who knew all the words and wasn't wearing a shirt and Soupy thought that was kinda weird. Those were the days.

    3 Jun 11:38am Reply
  • vitorsilighini

    \\/ que cara trouxa em, só procurar "The Wonder Years band" ou "The Wonder Years show"... além do mais, a banda é muito melhor que essas porcarias de pop clichês que você ouve.

    2 Jun 1:07am Reply
  • joabepereira97

    Só servem pra atrapalhar as buscas da série "Anos Incríveis" na web -.-

    31 May 5:03pm Reply
  • OldManBubbles

    theupsidesisbetter

    26 May 2:08am Reply
  • Marrajjj

    Suburbia > TGG > The Upsides > GSOI

    21 May 11:44pm Reply
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