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Movements Debut Album ‘Feel Something’ Earns A Top Ten Spot On Billboard's Top new Artist Albums


MOVEMENTS Debut Album Feel Something Earns A Top Ten Spot On Billboard's Top new Artist Albums Chart #45 On The Top Current Albums, #17 LP Vinyl Albums, And Billboard Top 200 Charting On Tour Now With Knuckle Puck

Movements Photo credit: Kurt Cuffy

Alternative-rock band MOVEMENTS’ debut album Feel Something (Fearless Records) has earned a top ten spot on Billboard’s Top New Artist Albums Chart, landing at #2. Their highly praised new album was released on October 20th, receiving critical acclaim from Culture Collide, OC Weekly, and Alternative Press.

Billboard said Colorblind, the first single off the album, “ [is] a cohesive vision of muscular rock energy and melodic songcraft -- and plenty of earworm-worthy hooks.” In their review of the album, Alternative Press raved, “Feel Something has a slicker production job than anything Movements have put their name to before, but that hasn’t damaged the emotional heft of their tunes.”

Since Feel Something's release, the band has attained the #2 spot on Billboard’s Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) Chart, beating out bands like Greta Van Fleet, John Carpenter, I the Mighty, and Bella Fleck & Abigail.

In addition, MOVEMENTS’ placed on various other Billboard charts, including #45 Top Current Albums, #190 Billboard 200, #6 Current Alternative Albums, #14 Current Rock Albums, #17 LP Vinyl Albums, #28 Top Internet (D2C - MerchNow), #31 Current Digital Albums, #36 Overall Digital Albums and #59 Current Physical Albums.

MOVEMENTS’ is currently on tour across North America with Knuckle Puck. Full tour dates are listed below, and interviews with the band are available upon request.


TRACK LISTING 1. Full Circle 2. Third Degree 3. Colorblind 4. Daylily 5. Deadly Dull 6. Fever Dream 7. Suffer Through 8. Deep Red 9. Under The Gun 10. Submerge 11. The Grey


YouTube| Movements "Colorblind" (Official Music Video)



MOVEMENTS is Patrick Miranda (Vocals), Ira George (Guitar), Austin Cressey (Bass), and Spencer York (Drums).

Music and emotion share a timeless physiological, psychological, and spiritual bond. A chord, a melody, or a lyric can lift spirits and inspire. Movements achieve that sort of reaction on their full-length debut, Feel Something [Fearless Records]. The Southern California quartet—Patrick Miranda [vocals], Ira George [guitar], Spencer York [drums], and Austin Cressey [bass]—immediately connect by opening up. That musical empathy quietly launched Movements on an upward trajectory in 2015. Formed by longtime friends, the group landed a deal with Fearless Records after just one local gig. Produced by Will Yip [Tigers Jaw, Title Fight, Turnover, Citizen], their debut EP, Outgrown Things, became a fan favorite. Acclaimed by the likes of Alternative Press and New Noise Magazine, songs like “Nineteen” and “Kept” each respectively amassed over 800K Spotify streams and counting as they have toured nonstop. Along the way, the boys started working on what would become Feel Something before returning to the studio with Yip in February 2017. In the sessions, their signature style crystallized and coalesced. Ultimately, Movements bring emotion to life in each note.


Nov 1- Orlando, FL @ The Social

Nov 2- Lake Park, FL @ Kelsey Theater

Nov 3- Tampa, FL @ Crowbar

Nov 4- Carrboro, NC @ Cats Cradle

Nov 5- Richmond, VA @ Canal Club

Nov 7- Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage

Nov 8- Philadelphia, PA @ The TLA

Nov 9- Ashbury Park, NJ @ House of Independence

Nov 10- New York City, NY @ Irving Plaza

Nov 11- Hamden, CT @ The Ballroom

Nov 12- Boston, MA @ Paradise

Nov 14- Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Smalls

Nov 15- Toronto, ON @ Opera House

Nov 16- Buffalo, NY @ Waiting Room

Nov 17- Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom

Nov 18- Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews

Nov 19- Columbus, OH @ Skully’s


When I first heard/saw interviews of Patrick talking about the album saying there was only going to be a small amount of scream, talking, and the rest will be normal singing, kinda bummed me out a little because those songs that have Miranda screaming are my favorite! However, now that the album has come out I can honestly say there is not one bad song on this album! Also I didn't even notice those differences of not having a ton of scream/talking because you can just relate to their songs on a whole another level that nothing else matters. —Ashtyan, Tour Press Force


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