Last year, reunited melodic punk band The Movielife released "Future Feeling (Afraid of Drugs)," their first new song since 2003's still-great Forty Hour Train Back to Penn. Now they've announced that they will release a new full length this fall...
As the guitarist of influential Long Island punks The Movielife and frontman of Nightmare Of You, Brandon Reilly has always had a musical trick or two up his sleeve, especially after both those bands recently reunited to p...
"I named the whole record after a quote from the second verse of this song. I sometimes become fixated on those who have gone before us and am constantly questioning if I’m making the most and best of life. It could all be over tomorrow or 50 years from now. I feel lucky to be here no matter how fucked life can get."
The Movielife have been reunited for a bit now, having released their first song since 2003 and played some more shows last month. The members aren't only focusing on that band though. Frontman Vinnie Caruana is releasing his first solo album, Survivor's Guilt. He's also touring with a full band that includes The Movielife's Brandon Reilly, who's opening with an acoustic set of Nightmare of You songs.
"Thanks for coming out guys, we've got demos at the merch table, we're playing a VFW hall in Huntington tomorrow and one in Asbury Park the next day, and this next song goes out to Kill Your Idols and Vision of Disorder," joked Movielife frontman Vinnie Caruana on the second night of their reunion t...
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