The Wonder Years vocalist Dan "Soupy" Campbell has announced in a recent interview that the band will be recording their new album in January next year.
"After this tour we have three weeks off [so] we’re gonna be rehearsing because we already wrote the record. The record is written. And we’re actually tighter playing those songs than we’ve ever been before recording a record. But we want to make sure they’re so tight that when we get in there we can push through it and really hit it. We don’t want to waste time fucking up a part 100 times when we can hit it the first time and move on and add more to the song.
So we’re gonna spend 3 weeks in December at home drilling the songs. January, we’re recording the record and February we’re in Costa Rica and Australia then we’re planned out from there I just can’t talk about it yet."
The band’s new album will be the follow up to their 2011 album "Suburbia I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing", which was released through Hopeless Records.
After recording the new album, the band will be once again making the trip to Australia, touring as a part of the Soundwave 2013 festival.