This Time Next Year (band)

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This Time Next Year
This Time Next Year 2011-11-20 01.JPG
Left to right: Cohen, Pacheco, Jalili, Dowdalls, and Wiseman in 2011
Background information
Origin Walnut Creek, California
Genres Pop punk
Years active 2006-2012 (2006-2012)
Labels Escapist, Run for Cover, Equal Vision
Website thistimenextyearca.com
Members Pete Dowdalls
Brad Wiseman
Denis Cohen
Travis Pacheco
James Jalili

This Time Next Year was an American pop punk band formed in Walnut Creek, California[1] They released three EPs and two full-length albums.

History[edit]

This Time Next Year was a pop-punk band from Walnut Creek, California. They lasted for about six years from December 30, 2006 until December 7, 2012, where they played their final show at Chain Reaction in Anaheim, CA. This Time Next Year take their name from the album of the same name released by The Movielife.[2] The band recorded a five-song demo with Zach Ohren and self-released it in 2006. In May 2007 the band entered Nu-Tone Studios (Samiam, Dillinger Four) with producer William Samuels to record their debut release, “A Place for You,” for Escapist Records. The album was released in early Summer of 2007. In 2008 the band released a four-song EP “The Longest Way Home” via Run For Cover Records. Alternative Press named This Time Next Year one of their "100 Bands You Need To Know in 2009".[3] Alternative Press has also featured the single "New Sensation" in their "Right Brain/Left Brain" feature.[4] In 2009, This Time Next Year signed a deal with Equal Vision Records and recorded and released their debut full-length "Road Maps and Heart Attacks" on the record label. They recorded their second full-length album, "Drop Out of Life", in early 2011 with Chad Gilbert and Paul Miner, at Buzzbomb studios in Los Angeles, California.[5]

It was confirmed in July 2011 that the band was added to the opening act of the Pop Punk's Not Dead Tour this Fall headlined by New Found Glory. Other opening acts included Set Your Goals, The Wonder Years, and Man Overboard.

In October 2011 it was announced that This Time Next Year was supporting Four Year Strong in the In Some Way, Shape, or Form Tour through Europe in January and February 2012.

This Time Next Year was set to tour Australia in April 2012 along with New Found Glory, The Maine and Taking Back Sunday.

In October of 2012, This Time Next Year broke up. Brad Wiseman is now performing as one half of the band Misser, along with Tim Landers of Transit.

Band members[edit]

On their album "Road Maps and Heart Attacks", Aaron Seminoff is featured as a guest on Drums and Anthony Allio on Bass guitar[1] On their EP "Demonstration", Jay Scott is featured as a guest on Drums and Ryan Creamer on Bass guitar.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

EPs[edit]

  • Demonstration (2006)
  • A Place For You (2007)
  • The Longest Way Home (2008)

Videography[edit]

  • Sweetest Air (2007)
  • Alex in Wonderland (2008)
  • New Sensation (2010)[6]
  • Note (2012)

References[edit]

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