The Movielife and The Early November have just announced their upcoming fall co-headlining tour. Taking in 20 evenings across the U.S. and Canada, the tour features The Movielife performing songs off its first album in 14 years, Cities In Search Of A Heart (out on Rise Records on Friday, September 22) as well as fan favorites, and The Early November performing its 2003 debut album, The Room’s Too Cold, in its entirety.
Kicking off on Monday, September 18 at The Paradise Rock Club in Boston, MA, the tour will visit cities including Philadelphia, PA on Tuesday, September 19, Brooklyn, NY on Friday, September 22, Chicago, IL on Tuesday, September 26, Austin, TX on Sunday, October 1, West Hollywood, CA on Wednesday, October 4, Berkeley, CA on Saturday, October 7, and Sneaky Dee’s in Toronto, ON on Saturday, October 14. Heart Attack Man (Triple Crown Records) will be opening dates on the first half of the tour and Racquet Club (Rise Records) will be opening on dates on the second half. A full listing of all the dates on this tour can be found below.
Cities In Search Of A Heart—The Movielife’s first offering since 2003’s seminal Forty Hour Train Back To Penn—marks the band’s triumphant return to form, and is an album that shows how much the group’s songwriters—vocalist Vinnie Caruana and guitarist Brandon Reilly—have grown, offering up their most inspired and energized songwriting to date. Whether you’ve loved The Movielife since they were a scrappy Long Island hardcore band in the early 2000s or you’re a recent initiate, it’s difficult not to get caught up in the kinetic energy and lyrical honesty that permeates every note of Cities In Search Of A Heart.