You know you’ve got a perfect lineup when fans are just as excited to see the support as they are the headliner. Movements might have been the main act at Irving Plaza, but Drug Church, Trash Boat, and Boston Manor ensured the crowd seemed got rowdier every time the lights went black.
The Story So Far kicked off two back-to-back sold-out shows in Chicago on November 8th at the Metro. With a tour package consisting of Movements, Citizen and Turnover on the road with them, the show being sold-out came as a surprise to no one.
As the venerable Vans Warped Tour begins its final cross-country run, we give you seven of the best lesser-known bands on this year’s tour that you NEED to check out!
Southern California’s Movements (Fearless Records) hit Allston, MA’s Brighton Music Hall on their first-ever U.S. headline tour and brought along Can’t Swim, Super Whatevr and Gleemer.
Coming off the success of their debut album Feel Something on Fearless Records, Movements have announced their first North American headlining tour.
Webster Hall was transformed on the night of Thursday, May 4th. Emo Nite LA took over all 3 floors of the iconic New York City venue, decorated with black “sad as fuck” balloons, and much more!
PureGrainAudio’s Darren Paltrowitz catches up with Emo Nite founders Babs Szabo, Morgan Freed, and T.J. Petracca.