The Movielife have resurfaced.

They are now signed to Rise Records and will release their first record since 2003 this fall.

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This new record will follow Forty Hour Train Back To Penn. It's being recorded at The Barber Shop Studios by Brett Romnes and will be mixed by Zakk Cervini.

"Brandon [Reilly] and I have poured every ounce of ourselves into this record,” says vocalist Vinnie Caruana. ”It's not easy visualizing what a Movielife record would sound like in 2017. We wrote and wrote and wrote and got to an amazing place. This is not a comeback record; this is something truly special. This album is a project we are both immensely proud of and can't wait to share it with the world. Full steam ahead.”

Catch the band on a series of headlining shows this May. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 31 at 12 p.m. EST.

The Movielife formed in 1997 and disbanded in 2003. They originally reunited in 2014.


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

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