Vinnie Caruana of I Am The Avalanche and The Movielife is the latest guest on UK-based podcast The Wasting Time Podcast.
The Movielife will be performing Has a Gambling Problem and 40 Hour Train Back to Penn on their upcoming tour.
Vinnie Caruana of The Movielife and I Am the Avalanche is on the latest episode of the Lead Singer Syndrome podcast.
New Found Glory have announced a new tour. They’ll be bringing Bayside, The Movielife, and William Ryan Key along as openers.
The Movielife have announced a series of holiday shows.
The Movielife performed an acoustic version of “Lake Superior” for Paste Magazine.
The Movielife are on the latest episode of the #AlternativeFacts podcast.
The Movielife have announced some UK tour dates.
The Movielife and The Early November are heading out on tour together.
The Movielife have debuted their new single “Mercy Is asleep at the Wheel.” Pre-orders for their new album are now up.
This first impression was originally posted as a live blog for supporters in our forums on May 29th, 2017. First impressions are meant to be quick, fun, initial impressions on an album or release as I listen to it for the first time. It’s a running commentary written while listening to an album — not a review. More like a diary of thoughts. This post has been lightly edited for structure and flow.
I figure with so many albums I wanna write about, if I don’t start cranking these out, I’ll never get to everything in time. So, another night, another first listen thread! Celebrate!
Tonight I’ll be doing a little live blog for the new album from The Movielife. There was a time, maybe right around my freshman year of college, where I would have called The Movielife my favorite band. It was when pop-punk was getting pretty popular, but these guys played a little more aggressive style and seemed to sit under the radar … (before signing to Drive-Thru) … and I loved their name and music and that carried some cachet at 18. A band that was awesome that no one else really knew. That was catnip to me around that time period. So while everyone else had discovered NFG, I was proudly wearing my Movielife shirts around campus and thinking I was the absolute coolest.
I think those albums hold up pretty well too. Some of it’s a little dated, but I can go back to them and still sing along to those chant-y choruses and fast guitar riffs. Melody and pop-punk-hardcore …. there’s just something about that sound I’ve always loved.
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The Movielife will release their new album, Cities in Search of a Heart, on September 22nd. The track listing and artwork can be found below.
The Movielife will be releasing their first album since 2003 later this year on Rise Records. The full press release can be found below, along with some new tour dates.
It’s go time.
The Movielife’s new video for “Future Feeling (Afraid of Drugs)” can be found on YouTube or by hitting read more.
Vinnie Caruana’s new song “Survivor’s Guilt” can be found on YouTube or by hitting read more.
The Movielife’s Vinnie Caruana has announced his new solo album, Survivor’s Guilt, will be out May 27th via Equal Vision. You can stream the first single “Burn it Down” on YouTube or by hitting read more. Track listing and album artwork are below as well as some new tour dates with Brandon Reilly.
The Movielife have released their first new song since 2003. You can stream “Future Feeling (Afraid of Drugs)” below by hitting read more.