This just in: a Drive-Thru Records revival is upon us all. Post-hardcore legends, The Movielife have recorded a new song for the first time in 13 years!


Back in 2003, the influential Long Island band released Forty Hour Train Back To Pennone of the greatest pop-punk/post-hardcore records of all time, shortly before moving on to other projects, including I Am The Avalanche and Nightmare Of You. Earlier this month, the freshly reformed band recorded a song titled “Future Feeling (Afraid Of Drugs).” On this new track, the Movielife has preserved their trademark in-your-face sound, while adding a heavier lyrical component to the mix. 


Listen to the first new song from the Movielife in over thirteen years below.



Along with “Future Feeling (Afraid Of Drugs)” and the promise of new music to come, the band has also announced several tour dates in the US and the UK.


March 24: NYC @ The Webster Hall

March 25: Philadelphia @ The Fillmore

March 26: Virginia Beach VA @ Peabody’s

April 30: GROEZROCK in Meerhout, Belgium

May 1: Machester UK @ Gorilla

May 2: Glassgow UK @ Art School

May 3: London UK @ The Dome



Related: The Starting Line Returns With A Standout Comeback EP





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