“Cat Like Thief” features Jordan Pundik (of New Found Glory fame) and punk legend Tim Armstrong (of Rancid and Operation Ivy fame).Jordan Izaak Pundik (born October 12, 1979 in Englewood, New Jersey) is an American musician and songwriter.New Found Glory Jordan Pundik – Vocals Chad Gilbert – Guitar Ian Grushka – Bass Cyrus Bolooki – Drums The word resurrection invokes the act of rising again, the possibility of revival despite opposing circumstances.There is no better for the title of New Found Glory’s eighth album.It wasn't easy and there was a lot of tension, but it produced great things." Lazzara wrote the lyrics — "I'm gonna make damn sure that you can't ever leave / No, you won't ever get too far from me" — which were universally quoted in Myspace profiles, AIM away messages, and the like. We would just sit there with our laptop and our guitars and just craft each song one by one until we had about 20, and then that became Mascherino later admitted he sometimes misses the teamwork.He split from Taking Back Sunday circa 2007 and started his solo project, called The Color Fred.He and Jordan Pundik, frontman of New Found Glory, DJ'ed throwback emo songs at New York's Irving Plaza. That's why there's an acoustic song with xylophone on it, that's why there's piano." For Mascherino, the "ripping guitar solo" on "Miami" -- coincidentally one of Lazzara's favorite TBS songs -- is a great example of this: "You don't get a lot of that on the mid-2000s emo records, but we were like, we really didn't care.
"It was the most work I've ever done in my life, so I'm still proud of it," Mascherino told MTV News at Emo Night Brooklyn on Saturday, May 21. , Mascherino said, to stand out from the "trend" of pop-punk bands at the time. We wanted to bring in any other elements that we could.
The video, directed by brothers Emmit and Brendan Malloy (who also directed the group's "Rock Show" clip), finds the Blink boys driving around a quiet suburb in a Volkswagen van, making stops at a diner and water park.
Performance footage of the band was filmed in a garage decorated with '70s paraphernalia.
Singer Jordan Pundik and guitarist Chad Gilbert from tour mates New Found Glory make cameo appearances in the clip.
"First Date" will likely be released in North America early next year, Blink's spokesperson said.