Lifetime Ready to Record Again
The influential punk act will release their first new music in ten years via Pete Wentz's Decaydance label.
Lifetime, the highly influential punk band that turned the New Jersey hardcore scene on its ass, is preparing to release their first new material in ten years. The band will release a two-song single via Pete Wentz’s Decaydance label Nov. 21 and plan to start work on a full-length in October, with a 2007 release date in mind. The A-side to the single is “Haircuts & T-Shirts,” while the B-side is “All Night Long,” which “picks up exactly where we left off [with Jersey’s Best Dancers] only 10 years older and wiser,” guitarist Dan Yemin said in a statement. Fans who want to snag the single early can grab a copy at the merch table of one of the band’s two upcoming shows: Nov. 18 at the Stone Pony in New Jersey and Nov. 19 at the First Unitarian Church in Philadelphia.
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