The Skinny: Today, Orange County, CA’s Movements has premiered their emotional new single “Nineteen”. The track is from the band’s debut EP Outgrown Things, which is set to release March 11th and is available for pre-order now at www.movementsofficial.com.

Lead singer Patrick Miranda explains: “My dad and I have had a really rocky relationship for as long as I can remember. He’s always expected a lot out of me, and I haven’t always been able to live up to those expectations. ‘Nineteen’ is basically my anger and frustration regarding my relationship with my dad, put in a song.”

Recorded with Will Yip (Anthony Green, Balance And Composure, Circa Survive) Movements brings a nostalgic yet refreshing touch to today’s post-hardcore / emo revival. Fronted by charismatic lead singer Patrick Miranda, Movements delivers honest and engaging lyrics driven by aggressive and melodic instrumentals from Spencer York (drums), Austin Cressey (bass), and Ira George (guitar). This high-energy group is set to introduce themselves in 2016 with an extremely emotional debut EP.

Outgrown Things EP Track Listing:

01. Kept
02. Nineteen
03. Worst Wishes
04. Hatchet
05. Vacant Home
06. Losing Fight

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