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VANISHING LIFE Release New Track “Thinking Is Weightless”

Rock outlet VANISHING LIFE premiered a brand-new track, “Thinking Is Weightless,” with Revolver; the song is off their forthcoming debut full length album, Surveillance, which will be released on November 11th via Dine Alone Records. The track can be streamed below. “Thinking Is Weightless” comes directly on the back of not only another debut of a track, “Realist,” which premiered earlier this month, but also the announcement of a short, major market U.S. tour, which kicks off in Pennsylvania on November 11th. Full tour dates can be found below. Surveillance will be out on November 11th, and be sure to catch Vanishing Life on tour this fall!

Formed in the muddy fields of Belgium during the Groezrock hardcore punk festival in 2014, Vanishing Life rapidly progressed from conversation to fully formed band. With Autry Fulbright II (…And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead) as the engine and ideas man, a lineup was soon culled including Walter Schreifels of Quicksand, Bad Religion drummer Jaime Miller, and as the 2014 festival circuit continued, the VL roster grew to include Zach Blair (Rise Against), who offered his services side stage during the Descendents’ set at Fun Fun Fun Fest. Big, loud, intricate, and building on the tenets of guitar driven rock, the immediacy of Vanishing Life’s debut LP Surveillance is gripping. They steadily tap The Fall, Black Flag, Savages, Angel Olsen, The Damned, Grinderman, B’last, and early-Wire, with a modernity and focus, never nostalgia. Surveillance was recorded with Suedehead’s Davey Warsop and mixed by VL’s own Jaime Miller, with Glassjaw/Head Automatica frontman Daryl Palumbo taking a share of mastering duties. As the album thrusts forward, layers reveal a complexity and espionage, as subtle dynamics allow each track to have the space to tell the story. Control is perhaps the most distinct part Vanishing Life, as that confidence turns the anthemic and raucous into groove and mood. MC5 informed by the nuance and beauty of mid-80s Dischord and paced like a novel, Surveillance finds resolution by asking the right questions.

Tour Dates:

11/11 – Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
11/12 – Providence, RI – The Met –
11/13 – New York, NY – The Studio @ Webster –
11/14 – Philadelphia, PA – Boot & Saddle –
11/17 – San Francisco, CA – Bottom Of The Hill –
11/18 – Kingsburg, CA – Bullfrogs
11/19 – San Diego, CA – The Hideout –
11/20 – Los Angeles, CA – The Echoplex –

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