In support of their breathtaking new album Sister Cities, The Wonder Years have just dropped an eye-opening new visual for their track “Raining In Kyoto.”
Filmed throughout parts of Japan and The Wonder Years’ hometown of Philadelphia, PA, the band’s new video, according to frontman Dan Campbell, helps drive home the notion that regardless of where we’re from or what we look like we are all similar in one way or another.
“When Josh Coll (director) pitched us this idea, he didn’t get through the third sentence before we gave him the thumbs up,” says Campbell. “The goal was to put the focus on commonality, to shine a light on all the ways that, despite the cultural and physical distance, we’re connected to one another.”
To check out the new video, be sure to look below. Afterward, make sure to not only pick up a copy of The Wonder Years’ new album but also grab tickets to see the band out on tour with Tigers Jaw, Tiny Moving Parts, and Worriers here.