No Closer to Heaven

The Wonder Years - No Closer to Heaven
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2015 Ratings: #135 / 1004
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Based on 99 ratings
2015 Ratings: #212
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No Closer To Heaven doesn’t mark a huge sonic shift for the Philly sextet, but their rough-around-the-edges brand of pop punk is augmented by adventurous new textures.


'No Closer To Heaven' is the work of a fearless band who are capable of tackling topics most of their contemporaries wouldn't dare touch.


No Closer to Heaven pushes the group into new musical territory. But in making that leap, they stumble, and the multitude of ideas they present never really gel into a coherent whole.

The Needle Drop
The Wonder Years' latest album is well-mixed and performed, but does little beyond continuing to play out every tired pop punk and emo cliché in the book.

I feel if it weren't for Stained Glass Ceilings then this album would be held in such high regard as their other albums "Suburbia" and "The Greatest Generation"




Acredito que uma palavra que define bem esse álbum é único. Ele é única na discografia do Wonder Years, e principalmente dentro do pop-punk. O instrumental é incrível e tem uma produção muito boa, as melodias são sensacionais e interessantes, conseguindo passar bastante emoção e enaltecendo muito o vocal, que por si só é maravilhoso e entrega com perfeição as letras, que ao longo do ... read more

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Track List

  1. Brothers &
  2. Cardinals
  3. A Song For Patsy Cline
  4. I Don't Like Who I Was Then
  5. Cigarettes & Saints
  6. The Bluest Things on Earth
  7. A Song for Ernest Hemingway
  8. Thanks for the Ride
  9. Stained Glass Ceilings
  10. I Wanted So Badly to be Brave
  11. You in January
  12. Palm Reader
  13. No Closer to Heaven

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Added on: August 30, 2015