Wednesday, 10 August 2016

This Time Next Year

This Time Next Year were a five-piece pop punk band from Walnut Creek, California that formed in 2006 and broke up in 2012. They put out two fantastic full-lengths, that would appeal to pop punk bands across the board. From earlier acts like The Movielife and Kid Dynamite, to modern bands like The Wonder Years, are your thing, or more modern-era bands like The Wonder Years, Four Year Strong, etc., or even the obvious New Found Glory, This Time Next Year were a straight-up fantastic pop punk band that I can't say enough good things about. They're a personal favourite of mine, and highly recommend giving them a listen. They're catchy as all hell, and each song really stands out, which is rare in this particular genre. If you haven't heard 'em, get into 'em. Enjoy.

1. Sands Of Bougainville
2. Rules Of A Ghost Hunt
3. The Wise Are Always Better
4. Hearts And Arrows
5. A Place For You
6. Silver Springs
7. Sweetest Air

1. Alex In Wonderland
2. Cheers To A Late Night
3. Sweetest Air (Acoustic)
4. 3 O'Clock (Kid Dynamite cover)

1. Rise & Fall, Curtain Call
2. New Sensation
3. Alex In Wonderland
4. New Florence
5. Rhyme And Reason
6. No Bed Of Broken Glass
7. Calling in Dead
8. Liquid Diet
9. Mischief With No Direction
10. Out On Eastern
11. Cheers To A Late Night

1. Drop Out Of Life
2. Better Half
3. Living Hell
4. Last Call
5. Modern Day Love Story
6. Spoontonic
7. Matchbook
8. My Side Of Town
9. Get It, Got It, Good
10. Note
11. This Is An Airport Train
12. The Afterlife (Bonus Track)
13. Whiskey And Coke (Bonus Track)


  1. Hello Sophie,

    First of all, thanks for this wonderful archive! I was able to find countless albums of my favorite bands, as well discovered several new ones.

    I'll leave just one request, and that will be Forever Came Calling, great band that most certainly deserves to be in this amazing website :)

    Thanks again!!

  2. Don't forget where they got their name from!

    1. One of the Movielife's catchiest songs, very appropriately.

    2. One of the Movielife's catchiest songs, very appropriately.