The Movielife announce first album since 2003, and intimate shows
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! It's coming out on Rise Records, the same label that's releasing the At the Drive-In reunion album this year. They're recording the album The Barber Shop Studios with producer Brett Romnes (who has played with Movielife singer Vinnie Caruana in I Am the Avalance and in his solo band), and Zakk Cervini is mixing it.
The band have also announced four intimate shows happening this May in Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Boston, and their hometown of Long Island.
Here's "Future Feeling (Afraid of Drugs)":
The Movielife -- 2017 Tour Dates
Thursday, May 4 @ Kung Fu Necktie in Philadelphia
Friday, May 5 @ Brooklyn Bazaar in Brooklyn
Saturday, May 6 @ Great Scott in Boston
Sunday, May 7 @ Amityville Music Hall in Amityville, Long Island
Saturday, May 27 @ SLAM DUNK in Birmingham UK
Sunday, May 28 @ SLAM DUNK in Leeds UK
Monday, May 29 @ SLAM DUNK in Hatfield UK