The Movielife to perform sold out show at Great Scott

Beloved pop punk outfit The Movielife will perform for a sold out crowd at Great Scott on Sunday, May 6 with special guests The Flatliners and MakeWar.

The Movielife are gearing up to release their first studio long-player since 2003’s Forty Hour Train Back To Penn. The forthcoming album, set for release sometime this fall through Rise Records, is currently being recorded at The Barber Shop Studios with Brett Romnes (I Am The Avalanche, Crime In Stereo) and Zakk Cervini (Blink-182, Good Charlotte).

The group released its latest single, “Future Feeling (Afraid of Drugs),” in 2015.

Forty Hour Train Back to Penn, The Movielife’s third LP, was released in February 2004 via Drive-Thru/MCA Records. The seminal album was supported by the singles “Face or Kneecaps” and “Jamestown.”

Also on the bill are The Flatliners, a Canadian melodic hardcore punk rock act. The four-piece released their fifth studio album, Inviting Light, back on April 7 via Dine Alone Records and Rise Records. The album includes the singles “Hang My Head” and “Human Party Trick.”

The Great Awake, The Flatliners sophomore LP, will celebrate its 10th anniversary in September. The album was released in September 2007 via Fat Wreck Chords and Union Label Group.

Brooklyn, New York’s MakeWar will serve as opening act. The three-piece melodic punk rock band released their latest album, Developing a Theory of Integrity, in October 2016 via Red Scare. The 10-track album, anchored by the single “Sallie,” is the follow up to MakeWar’s 2015 self-titled full-length.

This ticketed event is sold out. 21 and over admitted with valid, government-issued photo identification. Doors open at 9 p.m. Great Scott is located at 222 Commonwealth Avenue in Allston, Massachusetts. For more information, visit The Movielife’s website and Great Scott’s website.