The Wonder Years put forth all of their energy at every show, but there's something special about seeing them in a small club. Both the band and the fans relished the intimate setting. Adding a strong line-up of genuine musicians - really, any band on the show could have headlined to a solid turnout - was merely the icing on the cake. Don't miss this tour if it's coming anywhere near you, because The Wonder Years probably won't be playing venues this small for a while.
We're giving away a prize pack from Misser and All In Merch including 2 tickets to the band's headlining show at Chain Reaction on January 19th and a merch pack from All In Merch. This contest is Twitter only, so head here to tweet the message and be entered into the contest.
The Wonder Years have announced a spring headlining tour with support from Fireworks, Hostage Calm and Misser. The tour begins March 8 in New Jersey and travels through March 29 in Delaware. All of the dates and the admat are in the replies. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, Dec. 7 at 3 p.m. EST, and all ticket links can be found here.
Rise Records posted up preorders for Misser's Every Day I Tell Myself I'm Going To Be A Better Person earlier today. The vinyl is white, limited to 300, and preorder bundles include a couple different T-shirts and a pint glass.
Misser has announced its lineup for its upcoming tour with Diamond Youth and Young Statues. Aside from vocalist Brad Wiseman and guitarist / vocalist Tim Landers, Torre Cioffi of Transit will join the band on guitar, Joe Longobardi of Defeater will join on drums, and Chris Brown of Polar Bear Club will join on bass.
Misser will be releasing Every Day I Tell Myself I'm Going To Be A Better Person on vinyl. You can pre-order here, and on Rise Records' website it states they are releasing 300 white and 1000 maroon copies on October 2nd.
Today I was supposed to post a Too Long; Do Read feature for May about one of Rise Records' latest outputs in Misser, but I wasn't able to finish up a worthy article on time. Instead of doing nothing with the idea though, I decided to post an interview from the process. The band recently released its first full-length, Every Day I Tell Myself I'm Going To Be A Better Person, so I talk to Tim Landers and Brad Wiseman about how they started working together and what it's like to juggle this project with Transit and This Time Next Year.
Starting at 7 PM EST/4 PM PST the guys in Misser will be in this thread chatting with folks. Along with that, we've got a brand new song from the band to check out here. So, hit the replies and let the guys know what you think. Then stick around for a little bit to talk about the song.
Edit: The chat is now over (Duh). Thanks for to Brad and Tim for doing the chat!
Today we are proud to stream a brand new song from Misser called "Reconnect This" coming from the band's upcoming full length Every Day I Tell Myself I'm Going To Be A Better Person. Head to the band's AP.net profile to listen and leave your thoughts in the replies. Also, don't forget to join us as we chat with the band tonight, right here on the website, at 7 PM EST/4 PM PST.
Misser will be chatting on AP.net Friday, May 4, at 7 p.m. EST / 4 p.m. PST. We will also be premiering a brand-new song from the band's Rise Records debut full-length, Every Day I Tell Myself I'm Going To Be A Better Person. The band made a video to announce the chat and song, which has a long clip of a new song. Check it out in the replies.
Today we have a cool, interactive-type guest blog from Brad Wiseman. Brad, for those of you who are unfamiliar, is the backup singer for This Time Next Year, a co-lead singer for Misser, and he works at The Soroka Agency representing and booking bands. Head to the replies to read his first blog...which is basically just an introduction. He wants you guys to tell him what you want him to write about, so leave your suggestions in the replies!
Nothing bad can happen when members of This Time Next Year and Transit get together to create music. So when Misser was revealed to the world as the brainchild of Tim Landers and Brad Wiseman, fans rejoiced. Today, we're streaming the band's EP Problems. Problems. Problems and offering you the first crack at the lyrics from the three song release. Head to the band's AP.net profile to stream the EP and the replies for the lyrics. You can purchase the EP on iTunes here.
Misser, featuring Brad from This Time Next Year and Tim from Transit, have released their debut EP Problems. Problems. Problems. Since the band never set a release date for the record, this is the first time you can buy the songs on iTunes.
Misser, featuring Brad from This Time Next Year and Tim from Transit, have posted a 30-second preview of a new song on YouTube, which you can check out in the replies. They will release an EP "summerish," according to Brad.
Misser, a side project from Transit's Tim Landers, has added Brad Wiseman (This Time Next Year) to vocals. The band has been working on a 3 song release and will have new material available in the upcoming weeks. Follow the band on Twitter for updates.