The Wonder Years

Sister Cities


This album was released 49 weeks ago.

77% ±4% 5 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 Raining in Kyoto
2 Pyramids of Salt
3 It Must Get Lonely
4 Sister Cities
5 Flowers Where Your Face Should Be
6 Heaven's Gate (Sad & Sober)
7 We Look Like Lightning
8 The Ghosts of Right Now
9 When the Blue Finally Came
10 The Orange Grove
11 The Ocean Grew Hands to Hold Me
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77% 4WIM Rating
90% Exclaim! Music The Wonder Years Sister Cities By Adam Feibel Published Apr 02, 2018 9 With a calculated mix of deft manoeuvring and brute force, the Wonder Years have broken the bindings of pop punk once and for all.
85% Under the Radar Magazine Both musically and lyrically, it's a remarkable tour de force, a record that shimmers with the hope and promise of a world not yet lost to the evil powers that control it, and of a heart that, despite bruises and breaks, refuses to stop beating.
84% GIGsoup It’s just one of many tracks on the album which demonstrates that the band seem to have learned to make full use of all three guitarists; Matt Brasch, Casey Cavaliere and Nick Steinborn.
80% DIY Magazine Offering up another soundtrack for the disenfranchised and downtrodden, ‘Sister Cities’ is a renewed example of just how powerful and poignant The Wonder Years can be. 
80% The Line of Best Fit