Lifelong (ex-Confide) have released a video of their song ‘Above The Waves’ below. That song is also the title track to their debut album which arrived earlier this month on Solid State Records.
Lifelong is a melodic hardcore band from San Diego, CA. Members Trevor Vickers and Joel Piper first met playing in Confide, a band that ruled the metalcore scene in the mid-2000s. Years after disbanding, Vickers and Piper reunited serendipitously in San Diego. The chance encounter ignited what would become Lifelong—a pop-meets-punk hardcore outfit inspired by the duo’s musical roots. After releasing the EP “Revive The Masses” in 2018, Lifelong signed with Solid State Records and began working on their debut full-length, “Above The Waves.”
“Above The Waves” is an album of celebration. The songs partner struggle with triumph, injecting positivity into a music scene desperate for it. Harnessing the energy of Comeback Kid with the motive of Taking Back Sunday, Lifelong’s reputation is full of hope and enthusiasm. Their heavy and happy instrumentation carries more melody and pop than their previous metal group, introducing fans to a sound inspired by the SoCal punk scene. Not only did the duo write and record the entire record themselves, they produced and engineered it. By combining their strengths and learning new tricks, Vickers and Piper built a band with the buoyancy to rise above the rest.
Not The Same
Above The Waves
Death To Life
Something Left To Give
Lives In Me