This Time Next Year to release “Road Maps & Heart Attacks” Oct 20th

California pop-punk outfit, This Time Next Year, will release their debut full-length, Road Maps & Heart Attacks, on October 20th via Equal Vision Records. With the help of producer Brian McTernan (Senses Fail, Circa Survive, Hot Water Music), This Time Next Year have made the classic sing-along-at-the-top-of-your-lungs pop-punk of the late 90’s all their own.

Channeling such genre staples as New Found Glory, Saves the Day, and Blink182, the band—Pete Dowdalls (vocals), Brad Wiseman (guitar, vocals), Denis Cohen (guitar), and Tony Allio (bass)—have delivered two solid EPs since forming in 2006. Road Maps & Heart Attacks will surely turn heads with its fresh approach to the pop-punk sound.

“I don’t care who you are, at some point you listened to Blink-182, New Found Glory or The Movielife,” notes Wiseman. “If you listen to any kind of alternative rock today, that was there in your youth.” His band of Californians aren’t shy about that lineage, putting their own creative spin on what can be a stale genre.

With several full US tours under their belt, the band have shared the stage with many of the scene’s current pop-punk heavyweights including Cartel, Set Your Goals, and Four Year Strong. This Time Next Year will also hit the road with Hit The Lights this fall.

Road Maps & Heart Attacks
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

w/Hit The Lights, Fireworks
10/8 Toledo, OH @ Frankies
10/9 Pontiac, MI @ iLounge
10/10 Grand Rapids, MI @ The Mixtape
10/11 Chicago, IL @ Subterranean
10/13 Dekalb, IL @ The House Café
10/14 Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock Social Club
10/15 Des Moines, IA @ House of Bricks
10/16 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre
10/17 Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue
10/18 Boise, ID @ The Venue
10/20 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
10/21 Portland, OR @ Satyricon
10/22 San Francisco, CA @ Bottom Of The Hill (CD Release Show)