MOVEMENTS Share Video For ‘Moonlight Lines’

Southern California post-hardcore foursome MOVEMENTS have shared the video for Moonlight Lines from last year’s critically acclaimed ‘No Good Left to Give’, out now on Fearless Records

The video was directed by The Work of Jar and it finds the band performing and bathed in a variety of colorful tones while flanked by a dancer. The visuals highlight the urgent, push and pull tension that defines the song.

“I don’t think there was any specific reason we chose to do a video for this song — we just like the energy and felt like it would make for a cool visual,” says vocalist Patrick Miranda. “The track is dense, both sonically and lyrically, and we wanted to create a visual that would reflect that density.” 

‘No Good Left to Give’ has already tallied 17 million worldwide streams. It was described as “a step forward” by Brooklyn Vegan while Kerrang! labeled it “a staggering emotional tapestry.” New Noise summed up the album’s heft, saying, “Movements sound like experts with wielding dynamic swings within their sonic palette to communicate deeply moving emotional richness within their musical outpourings.”

Patrick Miranda — Vocals
Ira George — Guitar
Spencer York — Drums
Austin Cressey — Bass

Movements formed in 2015. Following the 2016-issued EP ‘Outgrown Things’, the group further cemented its sound on the 2017 full-length debut, Feel Something. Along the way, the four-piece received acclaim from Brooklyn Vegan, AXS, Rock Sound, Culture Collide, Guitar World, and more. In between packing shows worldwide, they joined forces with Alzheimer’s Association for the Deadly Dull video and covered Losing My Religion by R.E.M. for the ‘Songs that Saved My Life’ compilation. During 2019, Movements entered the studio with longtime producer and frequent collaborator Will Yip [Title Fight, Turnover] to record ‘No Good Left To Give’, which has already clocked nearly 20 million worldwide streams and continued to rack up critical accolades.

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