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The Movielife Share New Track Mercy Is Asleep At The Wheel

Monday, 26 June 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

The Movielife have shared Mercy Is Asleep At The Wheel, a track from their new LP.

‘Cities In Search Of A Heart’ is due to arrive on September 22 through Rise and follow up 2003’s ‘Forty Hour Train Back To Penn’.

Speaking about the new song, frontman Vinnie Caruana said:

"It's really about how we're living in strange days. Compassion, mercy, and righteousness are desperately needed in order to wash away the darkness that’s tearing us apart.  Mercy done lost her mind and is driving us straight into the sun.  All we can do is hold on tight and fight for love and the human spirit.”





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