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The Wonder Years Announce ‘The Greatest Generation’ 10th Anniversary Tour 

by Tiffany Goldstein June 7, 2023, 10:14 pm

Pop-punk band, The Wonder Years will be hitting the road this fall to celebrate the birthday of their fourth studio album,  The Greatest Generation . The six-person ensemble, composed of Dan “Soupy” Campbell, Casey Cavaliere, Matt Brasch, Josh Martin, Nick Steinborn, and Mike Kennedy, turned to social media to announce the exciting news. 

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“We told you it was coming, and here it is: the first leg of our tour celebrating the 10th Anniversary of  The Greatest Generation . We’ll be performing the album in full every night along with a selection of other songs from across our catalog and will be joined by Anxious, Sweet Pill, and Action/ Adventure,” the group wrote on their Instagram account . “We know what these songs mean to you – they mean so much to us too – so we cannot wait to play them all again.” 

The highly anticipated run is slated to kick off in early September in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at Franklin Music Hall. The men will wrap up their celebratory trek on Oct. 27 in Gainesville, Florida, at The Fest ‘23, a multi-day affair that honors “underground music.” The Wonder Years will hit massive markets on tour, such as New York, Austin, Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, and Nashville. 

Emo band Anxious, Sweet Pill, and Action/Adventure will serve as direct support on select dates. 

Pre-sale for tickets will begin on Tuesday, June 6. Fans can use the code “DISCO” to gain early access. Seats for the general public will become available starting Friday, June 9 at 10 am local via Ticketmaster or on their official website. 

Their jammed-packed setlist will include some of their biggest hits, including “There, There,” “Passing Through A Screen Door,” “The Devil in My Bloodstream,” “Dismantling Summer,” and many more. 

The beloved group formed in 2005 and quickly became known for its introspective lyrics and relatable narratives. In 2007, they released their debut album,  Get Stoked on It . They dropped two more LP’s before their breakthrough record in 2013, The  Greatest Generation . 

Ahead of the release, the band performed four shows in a matter of 24 hours to support the project. They sold more than 19K copies and peaked at No.20 on  Billboard’s  200 chart. At the time, they shared a handful of tracks from the project on the Vans Warped Tour, where they were praised for their energetic appeal. 

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The Greatest Generation 10th Anniversary Tour 

September 9 – Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall (Outdoors)

September 10 – New York, NY @ Terminal 5

September 12 – Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live!

September 13 – Richmond, VA @ The National

September 15 – Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore Charlotte

September 16 – North Myrtle Beach, SC @ House of Blues

September 17 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (Heaven)

September 19 – Dallas, TX @ The Studio at the Factory

September 20 – Austin, TX @ Mohawk

September 22 – Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee

September 23 – San Diego, CA @ The Observatory – North Park

September 25 – Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues

September 26 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco Theater

September 27 – San Luis Obispo, CA @ Fremont Theater

September 28 – Berkeley, CA @ The UC Theatre

September 30 – Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater

October 1 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox SODO

October 4 – Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre

October 6 – Kansas City, MO @ The Truman

October 7 – St. Louis, MO @ Red Flag

October 8 – Chicago, IL @ The Riviera Theatre

October 9 – Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl Nashville

October 11 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues

October 12 – Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre

October 13 – Columbus, OH @ KEMBA Live!

October 14 – McKees Rocks, PA @ Roxian Theatre

October 15 – Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom

October 17 – Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre

October 18 – Ottawa, ON @ Algonquin Commons Theatre

October 19 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues

October 21 – New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall

October 22 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom

October 27 – Gainesville, FL @ The Fest ‘23 (TWY only) 

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The Wonder Years Announce The Greatest Generation 10th Anniversary Tour

The post The Wonder Years Announce The Greatest Generation 10th Anniversary Tour appeared first on Consequence .

The Wonder Years have plotted a Fall 2023 tour in celebration of the 10th anniversary of their fourth studio album, The Greatest Generation . They’ll perform the album in full every night along with a “selection of other songs from across our catalog.”

Kicking off on September 9th at the band’s own Loneliest Place on Earth Fest, the expansive North American trek will make subsequent stops in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Nashville, Toronto, and many more. It’ll wrap up at The Fest in Gainesville, Florida in late October. Anxious, Sweet Pill, and Action / Adventure will serve as the openers.

A Live Nation pre-sale will begin on Tuesday, June 6th (use access code DISCO ) ahead of the general on-sale slated for Friday, June 9th via Ticketmaster .

Once tickets are on sale, you can also find them at StubHub , where orders are 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s FanProtect program. StubHub is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

The Wonder Years released their most recent album, The Hum Goes on Forever , in 2022.

The Wonder Years 2023 Tour Dates: 07/06 – Cheltenham, UK @ 2000 Trees Festival 09/09 – Philadelphia, PA @ Loneliest Place on Earth Fest 09/10 – New York, NY @ Terminal 5 09/12 – Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live! 09/13 – Richmond, VA @ The National 09/15 – Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore Charlotte 09/16 – Myrtle Beach, SC @ House of Blues Myrtle Beach 09/17 – Atlanta, GA @ Heaven at the Masquerade 09/19 – Dallas, TX @ The Studio at the Factory 09/20 – Austin, TX @ Mohawk Austin 09/22 – Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre 09/23 – San Diego, CA @ The Observatory – North Park 09/25 – Anaheim, CA @ Crossroads at House of Blues Anaheim 09/26 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco Theater 09/27 – San Luis Obispo, CA @ Fremont Theater 09/28 – Berkeley, CA @ The UC Theatre 09/30 – Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater 10/01 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo 10/04 – Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre 10/06 – Kansas City, MO @ The Truman 10/07 – St. Louis, MO @ Red Flag 10/08 – Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre 10/09 – Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl Nashville 10/11 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues Cleveland 10/12 – Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre 10/13 – Columbus, OH @ KEMBA Live! 10/14 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Roxian Theatre 10/15 – Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom 10/17 – Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre 10/18 – Ottawa, ON @ Algonquin Commons Theatre 10/19 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues Boston 10/21 – New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall 10/22 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom 10/27–29 – Gainesville, FL @ The Fest

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The most engaging show I’ve been to by far. Soupy (Dan) truly gave it his all and sounded just as good live as he does on the albums and he captivated the crowd turning it all into one big mosh pit several times throughout the night although as it was a co headliner it seemed that more than half of the crowd were there for the other band, Mayday Parade. He is a very hardworking yet underrated frontman and the most dedicated I’ve seen. The musicians all gave it their all despite several, especially the drummer, being obviously in quite a lot of pain. In short, you should definitely see these guys.

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The Wonder Years announce 2022 'The Upsides' and 'Suburbia I've Given You All…' tour dates

The Wonder Years announce 2022 'The Upsides' and 'Suburbia I've Given You All...' tour dates

The Wonder Years have announced a tour for February and March. They will be playing their albums The Upsides (2010) and Suburbia I’ve Given You All and Now I’m Nothing (2011) in full each night. Spanish Love Songs , Origami Angel , and Save Face will be opening. Tickets go on sale Friday, December 3. The Wonder Years will be touring this December and last released their album Sister Cities in 2018. Check out the dates below.

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The Wonder Years: The Greatest Generation 10th Anniversary Tour – Tickets – College Street Music Hall – New Haven, CT – October 21st, 2023

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For a number of years, this would have been an almost-blank page. Back in the mid-2010s, a few years after The Wonder Years had first formed in Lansdale, PA, just north of Philadelphia, the band would be asked to provide a bio for events they were playing. All Dan Campbell would write was ‘The Wonder Years is a band’. That was it. They’d then receive the programs for whatever festival or event it was for and laugh. Most bands, the frontman remembers, would write a “full page thing about how their last record charted and ours would just be a blank page with those six words at the top.” A lot of time has passed since then, and a lot has changed, although also not that much, at the same time. If The Wonder Years – completed by guitarists Matt Brasch and Casey Cavaliere, drummer Mike Kennedy, bassist Josh Martin and keyboardist/multi-instrumentalist Nick Steinborn – could get away with a six-word bio, they probably would.

As it happens, when it comes to The Hum Goes On Forever, context is important, which is why you’re reading these words. The most important reason is that this is the first record the band has made since Campbell became a father. And so, when he sings its very first words – ‘I don’t want to die’ – on its very first song, “Doors I Painted Shut”, they shimmer with a little extra poignancy and potency. Because as someone who has sung candidly about how despondent he’s felt at times, thoughts of unexistence are no longer possible. It doesn’t mean they stop, but Campbell can no longer succumb to the abject malaise they induce.

“You’ve got to pull it together,” he says, “because your kids are counting on you. These things that feel hopeless – these massive cultural and societal, full-populace problems like climate change and school shootings, all the things that you’re afraid of for your children – well, they only get fixed if you fix them. ‘I don’t want to die – because I’ve got to protect you.’ It would be very easy to give in to the depression and just kind of lay there, but my kids are counting on me, so I have to try to pull myself together and do the work. ”

That, then, is the crux of this record: his survival is more important than it ever was before. As Campbell phrases it, “How do you take care of someone else that needs you when there are days that you barely want to exist?” Now that he’s a father, the answer is a lot simpler than it used to be. Quite simply, he doesn’t have a choice. Rather, he has to press on against the noise that’s been inside his brain for as long as he can remember. That’s what the ‘hum’ of this album’s title is. Taken from a poem he wrote for Sister Cities, it is, he says, a representation of the gloom he tends to carry with him.

“Even when it’s not constantly in my face,” he admits, “there’s always a low hum of sadness, a low rumbling of ennui. So The Hum Goes On Forever is the understanding that I’m always going to have it, it’s always going to be there, it’s always been there for literal generations of my family and it’s important that I accept that and live and work through it.”

The Hum Goes On Forever, then, is the sound of The Wonder Years navigating those dark, cold waters, bringing that ever-present pulse in the back of Campbell’s mind to vivid life, while also pushing it as far back into his skull as it will go. It’s the kind of effect that’s only achievable through true collaboration and understanding, something that defines how the band has operated from its inception. The six-piece wrote the bulk of these songs in a farmhouse in the middle of Pennsylvania in the winter of 2021.This was before vaccines were widely available, so they all quarantined for 14 days first. Then, after getting vaccinated, they wrote together again in March, April and May, before tracking songs in June. Initially, the idea was to just make an EP with Will Yip, but it instead became their seventh album, finished with Steve Evetts, after the band decided the songs would be under-served on an EP. The result is a record that captures the taught, fraught uncertainty of the period in which they were written, but also travels back in time and memory to uncover and dwell on and inhabit leftover remnants of the past. It serves, too, as a revealing representation of how the six lives that constitute The Wonder Years interact with each other. That happens both inside and outside of the band, obviously, but in terms of the former, they’ve all grown together immensely as musicians. It means the band knows when to be restrained and when to explode, filling in space and emptiness as needed to create a record that mirrors, sonically, the heart-torn urgency at its core, the way these six individuals interact with each other, each an essential component of a greater whole - as well as the next evolution of a band that’s never stopped growing, never stopped striving, never stopped searching for the truth and the heart of this dumb thing we call life.

It would be easy to talk about how specific songs do that, but that would also kind of defeat the point of this record. Because this is a complete journey and should be taken in as such. It begins in August and ends in June and traverses years and decades, as well as the constant cycle of sadness and healing within them. Except it never quite gets there. The hum is never totally shaken off.

“Because the tagline for The Upsides was ‘I’m not sad anymore’,” Campbell explains, “I think people were like, ‘This is the guy who used to be depressed.’ But obviously that never goes away. It’s a constant, and you basically have to co-exist with your sadness. It won’t go away, but that doesn’t mean that people don’t rely on you and that you can stop. As we’ve continued to make records, that’s manifested itself in different ways, but I don’t think ever as clearly as it has on this record. This one is more clearly about me struggling and floundering and drowning at points. In fact, I think it’s maybe even the most revealing in a lot of ways. There’s things I’m singing about on this record that I wouldn’t have had the guts to confront in myself prior to it – like being this open about how low I had gotten, starting in late 2019 and then tumbling into a pandemic, and just thinking and thinking and thinking….”

There’s a lot of thinking on this record. A lot of thoughts. But the main one, the important one, is that very first line of the first song: I don’t want to die. It’s something he repeats and reiterates on final track “You’re The Reason I Don’t Want The World To End”, which addresses the change in Campbell’s purpose since becoming a dad. That’s obvious enough from the title alone, but with the final line – inspired by gardening with his first son during the pandemic – the message becomes truly clear: ‘Put the work in, plant a garden, try to stay afloat.’ It’s a reminder to himself, but it’s also for anyone who listens, anyone who needs it, everyone who’s grown up with the band and has sought, and continues to seek, refuge in their songs. Because, yes, The Wonder Years is a band. But it’s also much, much more than that.

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While crafting Anxious’ new album, Little Green House, the Connecticut five-piece were afforded a luxury so few bands are when making their debut album: time. With extensive touring plans halted and regular life on pause, the band—vocalist Grady Allen, guitarists Dante Melucci and Ryan Savitski, bassist Sam Allen, and drummer Jonny Camner—headed into Allen’s mom’s basement and reflected on each part of the material that would turn into their first record over and over again. The result is an artistic leap that, had the band’s plans to spend much of 2020 on the road actually been feasible, maybe wouldn’t have happened.

Formed in 2016 while members were still in high school, Anxious’ early releases were indebted to the urgent freneticism and heart-on-sleeve lyrics of post-hardcore acts like Texas Is The Reason, Samiam, and Turning Point, allowing Anxious to immediately grab the attention of the hardcore scene. The band’s DIY roots and dedication to craft were equally as essential to their rising profile—early releases were accompanied with band-dubbed cassettes, made-to-order zines, and even self-dyed shirts—each part of Anxious was laid out in meticulous detail from day one. Having almost immediately surpassed Allen’s modest ambitions of “playing a couple of shows,” Anxious quickly found a home on Triple B Records, gaining the attention and adulation of both the hardcore and emo scenes on the back of two seven-inch EPs and a pair of demos, getting them coveted spots on tours with genre-bending acts like Wicca Phase Springs Eternal, before landing on Run For Cover.

Named after the space in which the material was written, Little Green House sees Allen and Melucci exploring what it feels like to enter adulthood in unflinching detail. The pair unpack their struggles, joys, and hard-earned realizations in a way that makes them each feel wise beyond their years. “I think a lot of the record is a coming-to-terms, interpretive record about relationships with people and thinking introspectively,” says Allen. “I’m sure it’ll be a cliché very soon to say, ‘With all the time spent away, I was able to really think about things,’ but having that time ot sit and be introspective really does give you perspective on yourself, the relationships you have with other people, and that recognition that while you might all be interconnected—whether it’s your parents, your friends from high school, people you know through music—it’s bound to happen that you all have deeply individual and separate paths, and that’s okay.”

Recorded and produced by Chris Teti at Silver Bullet Studios, the diversity of perspectives on Little Green House is matched by the album’s ability to jump between sounds without ever feeling disjointed. The band’s commitment to their creative vision and exacting attention to detail is apparent, with Anxious going so far as to completely re-record the vocals until Little Green House was exactly the statement they wanted to make.

That devotion is clear from the very first notes of opener, “Your One Way Street.” Anxious sounds more deliberate than ever, with each riff pounding like a powerful declaration as Allen works through the emotions of watching one of his oldest friendships breaking apart, “I beg you, one last time as a friend / How did we get here and why does this have to end?” On “More Than A Letter” the band explores what it was like to watch a potential romantic relationship fall away because of outside pressures, and the energetic “Let Me” is a show of support from a child to a parent while watching them go through a painful divorce and features guest vocals from Pat Flynn of Fiddlehead. “I guess the idea behind the record is that coming to terms with who you are and accepting that,” says Allen. “Struggle, sadness, and pain aren’t necessarily negative things, but they are necessary things. There’s no shame or sadness put onto these feelings that you’re already experiencing. But there are positive, triumphant elements running through the album, too,” a feeling that’s best exemplified by the triumphant, and aptly titled, “Growing Up Song.”

While fans are used to Anxious’ infectious energy spilling into every song, the closing track “You When You’re Gone” shows a totally new side of the band. Where the raucous parts of the album recall Lifetime and Sense Field, this one’s pure dream pop bliss. Joined by vocalist Stella Branstool on the track, it gives Little Green House an expanded scope, one that showcases a band taking big swings and landing every single one of them.

“The goal wasn’t to create something that perfectly replicates a sound or an era,” says Allen. “It was just about us wholeheartedly trying to create something that felt distinctly like us and not worry for a second if it feels unfamiliar—we just wanted to create something that was unabashedly us.” On Little Green House, that’s exactly what Anxious did. They’ve made a record that captures the bittersweet feeling of returning to a place you grew up and realizing how the passing of time has changed you - a musical snapshot of who they were in an exact moment, and who they want to become now that they’re ready to move on.

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Philadelphia’s Sweet Pill write eruptive emo songs that embrace the edges of pop and hardcore. The kind of band whose members are fully immersed in their local scene—through a handful of notable side projects and the show-promoting Philly staple 4333 Collective—the quintet’s sound takes wide-spectrum influence from its environment. The result is an amalgam of complex song structures and flourishes of technical acumen, wholly unconcerned with genre, yet evoking the specific styles of touchstones such as Paramore and Circa Survive.

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ACTION/ADVENTURE

Action/Adventure shouldn’t be here. At least, that’s what the Chicago-based five-piece seem to think. They’re wrong – very wrong – but that’s the overriding theme of their debut album. That’s partly why they named it Imposter Syndrome – because when the band signed to Pure Noise Records, they couldn’t quite believe it. Even after they released their seven-track EP Pulling Focus in 2021, and even after that EP’s lead track “Barricades” went viral on TikTok, it didn’t feel real. After all, this is a label that’s put out some of their favorite albums by some of their favorite bands, and now they were a part of it. That sense of confused bewilderment was compounded by the timing of it all.

“For us,” says lead vocalist Blake Evaristo, “having a debut on Pure Noise is insane. Especially because, when “Barricades” blew up for us and we got all that TikTok clout, it happened during the pandemic, so we didn’t even play a show till nearly a year later. And I feel like in that time, we were having imposter syndrome, hence the title. It didn’t feel real.”

“And honestly,” adds vocalist/guitarist Brompton Jackson, “it still doesn’t even feel real. We’ve just been asking questions like is this real? Do we belong here? Is this even happening?”

Much as the band – completed by drummer Adrian Brown, bassist Manny Avila and guitarist Oren Trace – might feel that way, the facts are simple: it is real, they do belong here and it is definitely happening. But their imposter syndrome runs deeper than that, namely because they’re an entirely BIPOC band in the pop-punk scene, which automatically adds an extra layer of depth and uneasiness to everything. It’s what the TikTok video for “Barricades” was all about, and it’s an inherent part of their identity. That video was never meant to blow up, nor was it meant to be overtly political. It simply captured how they felt about who they were and was uploaded to TikTok by Jackson one day on a whim.

“It was the first video we put on TikTok,” says Evaristo. “Brompton made the account that same day, and to see it connect with people has been amazing. But we’re also here now to show that we’re more than that one song! We’ve had hate comments saying that we’re race baiting, which is so frustrating.”

“But we’re 100% not,” adds Jackson. “Me, Oren and Adrian have been playing music together for the past 16 or 17 years. We went to high school together and grew up playing music. Manny was originally friends with Oren’s wife, and we found Blake on Craigslist. It was kismet.”

Still, Action/Adventure are acutely aware their existence is nevertheless important in terms of visibility. They’re just also keen to stress that their initial intentions were all music-focused, and that it’s chance, not design, that they’re all BIPOC.

“Those two parts have to co-exist on completely even playing fields,” explains Jackson. “One can’t really outshine the other. Growing up in the scene, I almost felt like a pariah – I could count the amount of other black people going to shows on one hand. One of them is Adrian! You’d always see the same four or five other black people at shows, so you get to know each other. So it’s important to not lose sight of that, but I also don’t want us to be a token band. We’re just a band. We’re a group of people playing music that we like to listen to and that we like to write – and we just all happen to be people of color. It was an accident, it wasn’t planned.”

“We just wanted to play music,” adds Brown. “We all played music individually and ultimately it just seemed easy to play that music together. And while you don’t see a lot of people of color doing this kind of music, not many people I knew in high school liked metalcore and pop-punk, so when you find those people you’re naturally drawn to together. I just wanted to create the feeling that I got when I saw bands play.”

If that was the band’s intention, they’ve achieved it. Imposter Syndrome begins with the emphatic rush of the title track. Its blitz of flurried, angular guitars that are simultaneously aggressive and poppy, before doubling down on the main concern that plagues the record: ‘We’re the imposters’. The irony is that that song, and this record, proves otherwise. Elsewhere, “Save Yourself” is a powerfully urgent call to arms that brutalizes (in a positive way) the typical pop-punk template, while “Losing Streak” lays bare their insecurities, but pits their defiance and determination against it.

“In good times,” says Brown, “I can listen to it and be like ‘Hell yeah, I survived.’ And in bad times I can hear it and be like ‘Don’t forget to keep pushing.’ It hits me and my spirit 110%.”

“There’s a lyric in that song that goes ‘No matter what the cost is we’re still chasing losses’,” adds Avila, “and that’s so true. Because no matter what it does cost, we’re still chasing it, still going, still pushing.”

One of the other hesitations that manifests itself in this record is the fact the members of Action/Adventure are older than most pop-punk bands who release a debut album. If it’s not quite a chip on their shoulder, it’s certainly something that’s nesting in the back of their minds. But it also lends their music – as youthful and full of vitality as it is – an extra level of gravitas. It makes it matter so much more.

“We joke that it’s pop-punk for adults,” smiles Evaristo. “But our ages do add to our imposter syndrome. Age and time has just always been a struggle, and you can hear it in the lyrics too. A lot of it talks about the frustrations of that, because pop-punk is always seen as young persons’ genre and we’re just getting started. We are a little older, but we want to show that it’s never too late.”

“Over the years,” adds Jackson, “I feel the genre has really become like a meme. A lot of people don’t take it seriously – when people ask what kind of music we play and I say I’m in a pop-punk band, I’ve gotten responses like ‘I used to listen to pop-punk when I was in high school.’ It’s real tongue-in-cheek. But having it feel very genuine and being able to articulate that these are our actual feelings and emotions and thoughts is very important to all of us.”

One listen to this record, and that’s clear. It’s emotive and erudite, sophisticated and serious, fun but also full of the trials and tribulations, insecurities and uncertainties that make us all human. All that is channeled into these 10 impassioned and precise, vigorous and spirited songs. The fact that it hits so incisively and profoundly demonstrates why – even if they use the term with tongues firmly in cheek – pop-punk for adults is the perfect description. It’s precisely because they’re adults and have known each other for a very long time, that it’s able to be that.

“I’ve existed with these people for so long that they’re integral parts of my life,” admits Jackson. “They’re not my bandmates, they’re my family. We’ve all been in many different projects, and this is by far the easiest project I’ve ever been involved with. It’s not hard at all. I mean, it’s hard for the reasons that being a band is hard, but being in a band with these four other people is completely second nature at this point. That part of it isn’t work at all, and I’m eternally grateful for that.”

“Even if half of the lyrics are whining about being in a band,” chuckles Evaristo. “But I hope people listen to it and see through our own eyes that being in a band is fun, but that there’s some real shit going on, too. This might be our first album, but we’ve all been through the wringer, and I hope people hear that we have real stuff that we’re dealing with – whether that’s being in a band, being a person of color in the scene or chasing a dream that seems so hard and unattainable. I really hope people can feel what we’re feeling.”

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The Wonder Years have plotted a Fall 2023 tour in celebration of the 10th anniversary of their fourth studio album, The Greatest Generation . They’ll perform the album in full every night along with a “selection of other songs from across our catalog.”

Kicking off on September 9th at the band’s own Loneliest Place on Earth Fest, the expansive North American trek will make subsequent stops in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Nashville, Toronto, and many more. It’ll wrap up at The Fest in Gainesville, Florida in late October. Anxious, Sweet Pill, and Action / Adventure will serve as the openers.

A Live Nation pre-sale will begin on Tuesday, June 6th (use access code DISCO ) ahead of the general on-sale slated for Friday, June 9th via Ticketmaster .

Once tickets are on sale, you can also find them at StubHub , where orders are 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s FanProtect program. StubHub is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

The Wonder Years released their most recent album, The Hum Goes on Forever , in 2022.

The Wonder Years 2023 Tour Dates: 07/06 – Cheltenham, UK @ 2000 Trees Festival 09/09 – Philadelphia, PA @ Loneliest Place on Earth Fest 09/10 – New York, NY @ Terminal 5 09/12 – Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live! 09/13 – Richmond, VA @ The National 09/15 – Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore Charlotte 09/16 – Myrtle Beach, SC @ House of Blues Myrtle Beach 09/17 – Atlanta, GA @ Heaven at the Masquerade 09/19 – Dallas, TX @ The Studio at the Factory 09/20 – Austin, TX @ Mohawk Austin 09/22 – Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre 09/23 – San Diego, CA @ The Observatory – North Park 09/25 – Anaheim, CA @ Crossroads at House of Blues Anaheim 09/26 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco Theater 09/27 – San Luis Obispo, CA @ Fremont Theater 09/28 – Berkeley, CA @ The UC Theatre 09/30 – Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater 10/01 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo 10/04 – Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre 10/06 – Kansas City, MO @ The Truman 10/07 – St. Louis, MO @ Red Flag 10/08 – Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre 10/09 – Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl Nashville 10/11 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues Cleveland 10/12 – Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre 10/13 – Columbus, OH @ KEMBA Live! 10/14 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Roxian Theatre 10/15 – Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom 10/17 – Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre 10/18 – Ottawa, ON @ Algonquin Commons Theatre 10/19 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues Boston 10/21 – New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall 10/22 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom 10/27–29 – Gainesville, FL @ The Fest

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LIVE REVIEW: The Wonder Years at History in Toronto on March 20, 2023

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The Wonder Years brought their The Hum Goes On Forever Tour to Toronto’s History venue on March 20th, 2023. 

Carly Cosgrove opened the show with their emo, mathy, and always very catchy music. Though not everyone in the room knew their music, they had the whole crowd dancing throughout the set. The band also gave the same energy back, dancing and moving the whole time, making for a captivating and enjoyable set.

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Hot Mulligan took the stage next to an already very full room. The crowd’s reaction to their set made this show feel almost like a co-headliner between Hot Mulligan and The Wonder Years. The crowd was dancing and singing along to every word, and the crowdsurfing started promptly during the second song of their set. 

Their set had the crowd engaged the whole way through, and one of the most impressive, non-music-related moments occurred when they led everyone in a synchronized knuckle cracking. A truly memorable, while somewhat disgusting, moment.

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The Wonder Years took the stage around 9:30pm, opening the show with the slow build of their most recent album’s opener “Doors I Painted Shut” and then getting the crowd going with the catchy and bouncy “Wyatt’s Song”.

Their 90-minute, 21 song set included many tracks from their new album, mixed with older fan favourites and deep cuts. The set also included a good mix of heavier songs with some of their slower tracks as well. One particularly memorable moment from the set was the slow, stripped-down song “Laura & The Beehive”, dedicated to vocalist Dan Campbell’s grandmother. He introduced the song by encouraging anyone in the crowd who is able to call their grandmother during the week. The whole crowd illuminated the room with their phone flashlights for the duration of the song, matching the glowing string lights on stage.

The band closed their set with fan favourite “Came Out Swinging” as their encore. Looking around the crowd, everyone passionately screamed along to all the lyrics, keeping an impressive energy level only a band like The Wonder Years can encourage this late into a three-act bill.

Last time I saw The Wonder Years was 8 years ago when they were touring their 2015 album No Closer To Heaven. For me, this show was an incredibly cathartic experience as I got to hear so many of these songs live again at such a different point in my life. Concerts are always an emotional experience, but with so many fans who grew up with The Wonder Years’ music, a tour like this is so special. 

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For a number of years, this would have been an almost-blank page. Back in the mid-2010s, a few years afer The Wonder Years had first formed in Lansdale, PA, just north of Philadelphia, the band would be asked to provide a bio for events they were playing. All Dan Campbell would write was ‘The Wonder Years is a band’. That was it. They’d then receive the programs for whatever fesMval or event it was for and laugh. Most bands, the frontman remembers, would write a “full page thing about how their last record charted and ours would just be a blank page with those six words at the top.” A lot of Mme has passed since then, and a lot has changed, although also not that much, at the same Mme. If The Wonder Years – completed by guitarists MaT Brasch and Casey Cavaliere, drummer Mike Kennedy, bassist Josh MarMn and keyboardist/mulM-instrumentalist Nick Steinborn – could get away with a six-word bio, they probably would. As it happens, when it comes to The Hum Goes On Forever, context is important, which is why you’re reading these words. The most important reason is that this is the first record the band has made since Campbell became a father. And so, when he sings its very first words – ‘I don’t want to die’ – on its very first song, “Doors I Painted Shut”, they shimmer with a liTle extra poignancy and potency. Because as someone who has sung candidly about how despondent he’s felt at Mmes, thoughts of unexistence are no longer possible. It doesn’t mean they stop, but Campbell can no longer succumb to the abject malaise they induce. “You’ve got to pull it together,” he says, “because your kids are counMng on you. These things that feel hopeless – these massive cultural and societal, full-populace problems like climate change and school shooMngs, all the things that you’re afraid of for your children – well, they only get fixed if you fix them. ‘I don’t want to die – because I’ve got to protect you.’ It would be very easy to give in to the depression and just kind of lay there, but my kids are counMng on me, so I have to try to pull myself together and do the work. ” That, then, is the crux of this record: his survival is more important than it ever was before. As Campbell phrases it, “How do you take care of someone else that needs you when there are days that you barely want to exist?” Now that he’s a father, the answer is a lot simpler than it used to be. Quite simply, he doesn’t have a choice. Rather, he has to press on against the noise that’s been inside his brain for as long as he can remember. That’s what the ‘hum’ of this album’s Mtle is. Taken from a poem he wrote for Sister Ci:es, it is, he says, a representaMon of the gloom he tends to carry with him. “Even when it’s not constantly in my face,” he admits, “there’s always a low hum of sadness, a low rumbling of ennui. So The Hum Goes On Forever is the understanding that I’m always going to have it, it’s always going to be there, it’s always been there for literal generaMons of my family and it’s important that I accept that and live and work through it.” The Hum Goes On Forever, then, is the sound of The Wonder Years navigaMng those dark, cold waters, bringing that ever-present pulse in the back of Campbell’s mind to vivid life, while also pushing it as far back into his skull as it will go. It’s the kind of effect that’s only achievable through true collaboraMon and understanding, something that defines how the band has operated from its incepMon. The six-piece wrote the bulk of these songs in a farmhouse in the middle of Pennsylvania in the winter of 2021.This was before vaccines were widely available, so they all quaranMned for 14 days first. Then, a@er gecng vaccinated, they wrote together again in March, April and May, before tracking songs in June. IniMally, the idea was to just make an EP with Will Yip, but it instead became their seventh album, finished with Steve EveTs, a@er the band decided the songs would be under-served on an EP. The result is a record that captures the taught, fraught uncertainty of the period in which they were wriTen, but also travels back in Mme and memory to uncover and dwell on and inhabit le@over remnants of the past. It serves, too, as a revealing representaMon of how the six lives that consMtute The Wonder Years interact with each other. That happens both inside and outside of the band, obviously, but in terms of the former, they’ve all grown together immensely as musicians. It means the band knows when to be restrained and when to explode, filling in space and empMness as needed to create a record that mirrors, sonically, the heart-torn urgency at its core, the way these six individuals interact with each other, each an essenMal component of a greater whole - as well as the next evoluMon of a band that’s never stopped growing, never stopped striving, never stopped searching for the truth and the heart of this dumb thing we call life. It would be easy to talk about how specific songs do that, but that would also kind of defeat the point of this record. Because this is a complete journey and should be taken in as such. It begins in August and ends in June and traverses years and decades, as well as the constant cycle of sadness and healing within them. Except it never quite gets there. The hum is never totally shaken off. “Because the tagline for The Upsides was ‘I’m not sad anymore’,” Campbell explains, “I think people were like, ‘This is the guy who used to be depressed.’ But obviously that never goes away. It’s a constant, and you basically have to co-exist with your sadness. It won’t go away, but that doesn’t mean that people don’t rely on you and that you can stop. As we’ve conMnued to make records, that’s manifested itself in different ways, but I don’t think ever as clearly as it has on this record. This one is more clearly about me struggling and floundering and drowning at points. In fact, I think it’s maybe even the most revealing in a lot of ways. There’s things I’m singing about on this record that I wouldn’t have had the guts to confront in myself prior to it – like being this open about how low I had goTen, starMng in late 2019 and then tumbling into a pandemic, and just thinking and thinking and thinking….” There’s a lot of thinking on this record. A lot of thoughts. But the main one, the important one, is that very first line of the first song: I don’t want to die. It’s something he repeats and reiterates on final track “You’re The Reason I Don’t Want The World To End”, which addresses the change in Campbell’s purpose since becoming a dad. That’s obvious enough from the Mtle alone, but with the final line – inspired by gardening with his first son during the pandemic – the message becomes truly clear: ‘Put the work in, plant a garden, try to stay afloat.’ It’s a reminder to himself, but it’s also for anyone who listens, anyone who needs it, everyone who’s grown up with the band and has sought, and conMnues to seek, refuge in their songs. Because, yes, The Wonder Years is a band. But it’s also much, much more than that.

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When HOT MULLIGAN took to social media to declare themselves #1 Hot New Band, it would have been easy to write off the terminally online emo quartet’s proclamation as yet another irreverent entry into their bag of tricks.

But it turns out Hot Mulligan have a way of manifesting things into existence, whether it’s name-dropping Michelle Branch and Mark Hoppus in song titles and netting responses from both (only one got the joke) or, true to their word, becoming synonymous with the newest waves of pop-punk and emo – err, post- emo, the genre Hot Mully have claimed responsibility for inventing. (Go ahead and fact-check it; they’ll wait.)

Since forming in Lansing, Michigan, in 2014, the college friends – vocalist Tades Sanville, guitarists Chris Freeman and Ryan Malicsi and drummer Brandon Blakeley – have ascended from basements to buzz band on the back of two beloved albums, 2018’s Pilot and 2020’s you’ll be fine. Now, bolstered by 140 million Spotify streams, a sold-out nationwide headlining tour, support slots for the likes of The Wonder Years and New Found Glory and headlines in Alternative Press and Rock Sound , the band’s third LP, WHY WOULD I WATCH (Wax Bodega) , cements their evolution as one the most versatile and profoundly moving bands in the underground.

Produced by longtime collaborator Brett Romnes, Why Would I Watch is Hot Mulligan at their loudest, their poppiest, and, ultimately, their most poignant: twinkly Midwestern emo guitars and mathy, synthy-heavy rhythms, Sanville’s sandpaper vocals and indelible melodies, the lightning-in-a-bottle kinetic energy of Long Island ca. 2001 updated for newer generations.

“And I Smoke” channels the ghost of Warped Tours past with frenetic pit-starting energy and unrelenting momentum – close your eyes, and you can almost taste the sweat and sunscreen – while “No Shoes in the Coffee Shop (Or Socks)” is the most well-honed slice of pop the band have ever laid down and the ambient slink of “This Song Is Called It’s Called What’s It Called” unfolds and builds, builds, builds into a dynamic eruption of emotion poised to become a highlight of live sets.

“We didn’t really have grand ambitions when we went in to make this album,” explains Freeman. “I liked you’ll be fine , and I just wanted us to make another good one.” Adds Sanville wryly: “If we had made a bad record, I’d have gotten into a plane and fallen out of it.”

Therein lies the true magic of Hot Mulligan, the push and pull of puns and pathos that might seem diametrically opposed at first but actually intersect to perfectly encapsulate life in a heavy, ADD-addled world.

Taken at face value, closed-eyes dartboard song titles like “Cock Party 2 (Better Than The First),” “Christ Alive My Toe Dammit Hurts” and “John ‘The Rock’ Cena, Can You Smell What the Undertaker” portray the band as perpetual court jesters, but make no mistake, the songs on Why Would I Watch are deeply personal: loss of connection with old friends (“Cock Party 2 (Better Than The First)”), generational trauma (“It’s a Family Movie She Hates Her Dad”), body dysmorphia (“John ‘The Rock’ Cena, Can You Smell What the Undertaker”), grief over the passing of pets (“Betty”), the fraught feeling of hopelessness as you’re helpless to stop time (“Smahccked My Head Awf”), the haze of hard touring (“This Song Is Called It’s Called What’s It Called”).

The band don’t consider these groundbreaking topics, opting for more measured and at times resigned realism to deal with the melancholia and malaise of life’s ups and downs. “No one who’s depressed is crying all the time,” Sanville says. “The media likes to portray deep depression as sadness, but most of the time it’s indifference. That works its way into alternative comedy and shitposting. The two cultures collide perfectly. The titles are the shitposts and the songs are what everyone in this position actually feels.”

“We’ve always written serious songs and then created titles out of autocorrect on our phones,” Freeman explains. “We didn’t think it mattered because we thought no one would listen when we first started.”

But it’s clear from the band’s fervent online fanbase and cathartic live show that people do listen. They make their own Hot Mulligan memes, flood discussion forums and pack venues around the world to scream along with Sanville and his bandmates, finding comfort in their songs and comic relief in their public personas all the same. It pays off in an album that’s set to catapult Hot Mulligan to even higher highs – but you can rest assured they won’t be taking it too seriously as they make their way there (nor will Sanville be exiting any aircraft in the process).

“We’ve done more than we ever thought we could at the beginning,” Freeman says. “We’re vibing now. It doesn’t feel like there’s a next level up, almost like we’re just replaying the levels. We beat the game, and now it’s time to go collect all the stars.” XX

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New Details About Disney 100 Years of Wonder Revealed to Fans During D23 Expo

New and exciting details about Disney 100 Years of Wonder were revealed this past weekend to fans during D23 Expo 2022 presented by Visa ® . Disney100 will be the largest cross-company global celebration in the 100-year history of The Walt Disney Company, and it will officially kick-off during Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest on ABC.

“Ten decades of creativity, innovation, and determination created The Walt Disney Company you know today—the most enduring and beloved name in entertainment,” said Disney CEO Bob Chapek during the opening ceremonies of D23 Expo. “It’s an awesome responsibility to lead Disney as we begin our second century of telling stories and creating magic that will endure for another 100 years.”

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Guests at the Ultimate Disney Fan Event were the first to see Mickey Mouse in his shimmering new “platinum” outfit, designed to reflect the optimism and creativity of Disney as the company celebrates 100 years and looks toward the next century. Throughout the weekend, fans heard about incredible new entertainment, experiences, and events coming from every corner of The Walt Disney Company for the celebration. From Walt Disney Animation Studios’ 2023 release Wish and Disney100: The Exhibition, which will tour domestically and internationally beginning next year, to new spectaculars opening at Disneyland Resort, amazing collectible merchandise, and more, here’s a taste of what’s to come during Disney100:

The Walt Disney Studios

On Friday inside the 7,000-seat Hall D23, Jennifer Lee, chief creative officer of Walt Disney Animation Studios announced Wish , an epic original animated musical inspired by the studios’ legacy of films and features all-new songs by Grammy ® -nominated artist Julia Michaels. The magical story, which looks ahead to the next 100 years for the studio and explores how the wishing star that so many Disney characters wished upon came to be, is set in Rosas, a fantasy kingdom where wishes literally can come true. Inspired by watercolor illustrations of fairytales that fascinated Walt Disney, the look of the film blends a timeless watercolor style with contemporary 3D CG animation. Attendees were introduced to 17-year-old Asha—a smart and driven optimist with a sharp wit whose impassioned plea to the stars calls down an actual star from the sky. Impossibly curious and a little ball of boundless energy, Star is a giant beacon for chaos. Filmmakers Chris Buck and Fawn Veerasunthorn and actor Alan Tudyk (the voice of Valentino the goat) joined Lee on stage before introducing the voice of Asha, recent Oscar ® winner Ariana DeBose, who brought down the house singing “More for Us,” an all-new original song from the film, which hits theaters in 2023.

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Plus, the Walt Disney Studios presentation of upcoming theatrical and streaming titles on Friday previewed a trio of new films from Disney Live Action that continue Disney’s 100-year celebration. These new films include The Little Mermaid , a live-action reimagining of the studio’s Oscar-winning animated musical classic, which opens exclusively in theaters nationwide May 26, 2023; Haunted Mansion , a ghostly adventure inspired by the classic theme park attraction, which hits theaters in 2023; and Peter Pan & Wendy , a reimagining of the 1953 animated classic, which premieres on Disney+ in 2023.

Fans in Hall D23 were among the first to see a brand-new Walt Disney Studios logo introduction in honor of Disney 100 Years of Wonder. The new Disney castle introduction features Tinker Bell flying over a riverside village and up a waterfall that leads to the iconic Disney castle, now platinum. Created by Disney Studios Content and Industrial Light & Magic and featuring an all-new arrangement of “When You Wish Upon a Star” by award-winning composer Christophe Beck ( Frozen , WandaVision ), the new introduction will first appear in theaters with Disney’s Strange World this Thanksgiving and will then play in front of all Disney theatrical and streaming releases throughout 2023.

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Disney100: The Exhibition

At D23 Expo, it was announced that Disney100: The Exhibition will open on February 18, 2023, at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with Chicago, Illinois, and Kansas City, Missouri, set as the next two stops on the North American tour. The international unit of the exhibit will open on April 18 in Munich, Germany, with more cities to be announced in the coming months. The stunning key artwork for the exhibit was also revealed, which invites guests to step into their favorite stories using innovative and immersive technology throughout ten galleries in the 15,000-square-foot exhibit. The Walt Disney Archives is opening its vault of treasures, showcasing more than 250 of its “Crown Jewels,” rarely seen original artworks and artifacts, costumes and props, and other memorabilia. Disney has curated special behind-the-scenes glimpses into the creation of the company’s most popular characters, films, shows, and attractions—from Disneyland to Walt Disney World and beyond. The ten magnificent and imaginatively themed galleries, all featuring moving stories, unique interactive installations, and exciting background information, will take visitors on a journey through 100 years of The Walt Disney Company, celebrating the classics from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to Strange World , as well as the latest members of the Disney family—Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel, and National Geographic.

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Walt Disney Parks & Resorts

Disney Parks, Experiences and Products Chairman Josh D’Amaro provided guests at D23 Expo a first look at how Disney Parks around the world will mark Disney100. New décor, specialty food and beverages, character experiences and more will come to parks around the world, with the heart of the celebration rooted at Disneyland Resort:

  • Two new nighttime spectaculars— World of Color – One and the new fireworks show Wondrous Journeys —will kick off in late January at Disneyland Resort.  World of Color – One at Disney California Adventure will span the broad storytelling legacy of Disney’s first 100 years and tell a new story through Disney classics and new favorites.  Wondrous Journeys at Disneyland Park will ignite the wonder in everyone and feature nods to all 60 Walt Disney Animation Studios films to date, taking viewers on a journey filled with artistry, music, storytelling, and heart. Special entertainment moments will also pop up across the resort, including the long-awaited return of the Magic Happens parade this spring.
  • A brand-new  nighttime spectacular will come to the World Showcase Lagoon at EPCOT in late 2023   as part of the Disney100 celebration.
  • Hong Kong Disneyland will also unveil a new statue of Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse  near Cinderella’s Golden Carousel as part of Disney 100 Years of Wonder.

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Disney Consumer Products, Games and Publishing

As The Walt Disney Company celebrates its 100th anniversary, Disney Consumer Products, Games and Publishing has several exciting new merchandise collections and collaborations to commemorate Disney 100 Years of Wonder. The first of these collections include:

  • Disney100 Platinum Collection  – D23 Expo attendees got a special preview of Disney’s Platinum Collection, including the debut of the first Disney100 ear hat and headband. Platinum is a rare, precious metal known to withstand the test of time, just like beloved Disney characters. This Platinum Collection of Disney100 products captures the “classically Disney” look while paving the way forward into a new century. Additional details about this collection debuting on shopDisney—including the introduction of new products—will be revealed later this year.
  • Disney100 Decades Collection  – As part of the Disney100 Celebration, Disney is introducing the Disney Decades collection, a merchandise line that celebrates classic stories and eras from the company’s history. Debuting early next year on shopDisney with products centered around the 1920s and Steamboat Willie, this ongoing series will celebrate a different decade and the beloved stories from them including Snow White from the 1930s, Pinocchio from the 1940s, and more.
  • Disney100 Books from Disney Publishing: Fans looking to celebrate 100 years of Disney through its beloved tradition of storytelling can look forward to brand-new titles in 2023, including  Walt Disney: An American Original, Commemorative Edition ;  The Official Walt Disney Quote Book; The Story of Disney: 100 Years of Wonder , by John Baxter, Bruce C. Steele and the Staff of the Walt Disney Archives; and  People Behind the Disney Parks: Stories of Those Honored with a Window on Main Street, U.S.A.  by Chuck Snyder with original art by Josey Tsao.

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A Company-Wide Celebration

In addition to the above, more incredible experiences, content, and opportunities await guests including:

  • Disney100.com : D23 Expo marked the debut of Disney100.com, a digital experience for all the magic in store for guests during the celebration. Right now, fans can get a sneak peek of the site, which will officially launch January 1, 2023.
  • ABC News Studios will present a once-in-a-lifetime documentary event to commemorate the 100th anniversary of one of the world’s most beloved companies. Disney: 100 Years of Wonder will take viewers on a journey that started in 1923 and whose future is not yet written. Deciding that a linear chronological retelling beginning in 1923 was inadequate to truly capture the essence of the magic of The Walt Disney Company, the project will tell the story from the lens of the core values and philosophies of the company, which have acted as a guided path through our ever-changing world.
  • Disney Music Group and Deutsche Grammophon will release Lang Lang: The Disney Book  on Septembers 16, 2022 celebrating 100 years of Disney with iconic melodies reimagined for the piano.
  • In 2023, Disney Music Group will release a vinyl compilation highlighting the Company’s musical moments across film, television and the Parks.
  • And much, much more to be announced in the coming weeks and months, including —content that will span the company’s portfolio of must-watch linear television channels, including ABC, Disney Channel, ESPN, Freeform, FX, and National Geographic, as well as the ABC owned-stations—and streaming platforms—Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+

Fans can post about the celebration using #Disney100.

Philly’s The Wonder Years wrote a theme song for a WWE WrestleMania show. Vocalist Dan Campbell shares the details.

The Wonder Years' Dan Campbell talks about the band's new song, "Year Of The Vulture," the official WWE NXT Stand & Deliver theme song, and Philly's wrestling history.

The Inquirer caught up with Dan Campbell of The Wonder Years to talk about the band's new NXT theme song: "Year Of The Vulture" and Philly's wrestling history.

Unofficial Philadelphia ambassadors and pop-punk band The Wonder Years have a new credential: wrestling theme-song writers.

The band’s new single, “ Year Of The Vulture ,” dropped Friday. It’s the official theme song for WWE NXT’s Stand & Deliver special, which takes place in Philly on April 6. The song will also play every Tuesday on NXT from now leading up to Stand & Deliver.

For those uninitiated, NXT is the WWE’s development division, where wrestlers can cut their teeth before being thrown into the bigger shows. Stand & Deliver is part of WrestleMania weekend, which will take place over two nights at Lincoln Financial Field. It marks WrestleMania’s return to Philly after a 25-year gap .

“Year Of The Vulture” signals a pivot for the hometown heroes, a song the band specifically wrote for NXT Loud , the collection of NXT Takeover theme songs that include artists like Motörhead, Turnstile, and Code Orange.

It’s also an exciting moment for vocalist Dan Campbell, a longtime wrestling fan — and forever Philadelphia cheerleader — who grew up on the 1994 WrestleMania X special and, in recent years, went as far as taking a wrestling class for his bachelor party.

We caught up with Campbell to hear more about “Year Of The Vulture” and what he’s looking forward to about Stand & Deliver’s Philly takeover.

This interview has been lightly edited for length and clarity.

How did this all unfold in the first place?

Over the summer, our record label pitched NXT because they were specifically looking for a Philadelphia-based band and for one that could speak about wrestling and has an interest in it. [NXT] listened and said ‘we really liked the band but we don’t feel like any of these songs fit. ’ So I asked, could we write one to pitch?

We thought about where is this bridge between what we normally do and what they normally do. I asked my friend [WWE pro wrestler] Seth Rollins for insights on the main event. It wasn’t locked in but he said they think it’s going to be Ilja Dragunov defending [his title].

So once you had that intel, where did you go with it?

I said OK, let’s focus on Ilja. I started watching a lot of Dragunov’s matches from last year and a lot of his promo work and just trying to get a feel for who he was and what his narrative arc was. He’s an undersized guy who is willing to lose if that’s what happens — but he’s going to go. So we wrote the song, recorded it, pitched it, and sent it off without very high hopes, to be honest. And it was only about a week later that we got the call that we got it.

How was the songwriting process for this compared to other TWY songs?

A thing that The Wonder Years tend to do is be verbose with our songwriting. So part of it was knowing they’re not going to want a four-minute-long song. But what was really different, for me at least, was lyrically, not writing about myself. [...] To sit here and try to write about someone else’s story was challenging.

It’s also the first time I’ve done what I do in the verse with my voice. We tracked it the same day that we tracked a cover of a Thrice song for a compilation and I was like, ‘wait my voice can do that?’

Have you always been a wrestling fan?

It must have just been on TV. I was maybe 5 or 6, I remember seeing it and liking it. I think the first thing I was attracted to is Ultimate Warrior because it’s just so colorful. He was super energetic, he had these colorful face paintings and tassels hanging off his arms. I’m making myself sound so old, but we’d go to Blockbuster when I was staying at my grandma’s for the weekend, and I would rent WrestleMania tapes and watch the old WrestleMania s. Because of that, I fell in love with Bret Hart and WrestleMania X . By the time it got around to like 12, I was totally hooked and obsessed.

Do you think 5-year-old Dan would be excited to know your band wrote a theme for WWE?

I gotta be honest with you. I was so absurdly confident and that age. But what would probably be confusing to me is like, ‘I’m doing the theme song, but is it for me?’ Because I would imagine that I would have been a wrestler.

And then for my bachelor party, because I am the most boring man in the world, none of the classic bachelor party tropes appealed to me. I had a friend of a friend call in a favor and we went to Chikara [ a now-defunct Philadelphia wrestling network ] to take a pro-wrestling class.

Wait, I’m sorry, what? You took a wrestling class for your bachelor party? How’d that go?

It was me, the rest of the Wonder Years, a couple of the Aaron West people, and a bunch of our friends. I got to do some really fun stuff. They let me come off the top rope and we’re taking super kicks and delivering scoop slams, I had whiplash pretty bad.

It was fun but I definitely realized at that point, oh, I would not have been cut out for this.

What excites you about WrestleMania being back in Philly?

Well, I think Philadelphia is the greatest town in the world. I say that with full sincerity. There’s an energy here that is unmatched and unparalleled when it comes to any major sporting event. There’s already this kind of aura around the city — you saw it with the Phillies and Bedlam at the Bank and the Eagles over the years.

People are going to come and bear witness to that energy that I think is really singular. But on top of it, it’s a great wrestling town and I think that Philadelphia has the best DIY [mentality] toward everything just in its history. It’s the town that [Extreme Championship Wrestling] was born in, like there’s just so much of wrestling that comes from Philadelphia. It’s just kind of deep in the roots of the city and for it to finally get another WrestleMania is really exciting.

TWY are joining a pretty large and diverse Rolodex of artists when it comes to NXT theme songs. What what does that mean to you?

We very much do not give off the aura of rock ‘n roll band. We played a festival in Australia and right before I went on stage, I was mistaken for someone working in catering because that’s how I was dressed to them.

So I didn’t expect to get this opportunity because I’d imagine that a company like WWE and NXT are looking for bands with more of an aura to them. So it really meant a lot to me that we wrote a song that they felt was so compelling that the rest of that was ignorable, the fact that we are like, the most normal looking guys in the world that they were like, ‘man, this song is just so good.’

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