One week from today on Saturday January 14th, The Movement is giving away their first single off their new, highly anticipated album One More Night for FREE download. The name of the new song is titled “Something To Say” and with the FREE song, fans will find out the Official Release Date of One More Night.
Fans can pick up the new single “Something To Say” on January 14th by going to http://music.themovementvibe.com/.
Rock, Reggae and Hip Hop: Each is definable and recognizable but never before have those forms of musical expression been blended into a sound that is as indefinable as it is recognizable and familiar. This is the best way to describe the Philadelphia quartet known as The Movement.
As mentioned in our 2012 Most Anticipated Albums article, One More Night is 11 total tracks recorded at Black Dog Studios in Stone Mountain, GA with producers Rick Beato & Ken “Grand” Lanyon. This is the groups 3rd Full Length album and their first since, 2008’s Set Sail. This release also marks the first album the group has recorded as a collective unit being that their 2008 Set Sail release was written and recorded before their current Drummer, Bassist & Keyboardist joined the group. New song titles include such tracks as ”One More Night”, “Easy Love”, “Area”, “Lonely at the Top” “Mr. Policeman”, “Talk To Me”, “Across The Bridge”, & “When The Feelings Go Away”.
The Pier got to debut the Cover Art for One More Night in our 2012 Most Anticipated Albums Article and credit goes to Kc Cowan for the design. This should only add to the excitement of new Movement music!
Since 2008’s release of Set Sail, The Movement was featured on The Pier Comp Vol. 1 with an exclusive unreleased song titled “Care (You Dont Even)” in 2009. In addition, they contributed another exclusive unreleased acoustic track titled “Using My Head” that was featured on the Sense Boardwear Acoustic Compilation back in 2010. You can pick up both of these albums inside The Pier Store.
Fans can catch The Movement on tour with SOJA and select dates along side Fear Nuttin Band, Dubskin & Anuhea. Check the tour dates below, save a date and hear new songs from the new album, Live!
The Movement Tour Dates
Jan 29th @ Knitting Factory. Boise, ID (w/SOJA)
Feb 1st @ Masquerade. Atlanta, GA
Feb 3rd @ The National. Richmond, VA (w/SOJA, Fear Nuttin Band)
Feb 4th @ Electric Factory. Philadelphia, PA (w/SOJA, Fear Nuttin Band)
Feb 10th @ Music Hall of Williamsburg. Brooklyn, NY (w/SOJA)
Feb 11th @ Paradise Rock Club. Boston, MA (w/SOJA, Fear Nuttin Band)
Feb 12th @ Higher Ground. Burlington, VT (w/SOJA)
Feb 14th @ Beachland Ballroom & Tavern. Cleveland, OH (w/SOJA)
Feb 15th @ Preston Hall at Radford. Radford, VA (w/SOJA)
Feb 16th @ 20th Century Theatre. Cincinnati, OH (w/SOJA)
Feb 17th @ High Noon Saloon. Madison, WI (w/SOJA)
Feb 18th @ Lincoln Hall. Chicago, IL (w/SOJA)
Feb 19th @ Cabooze on the West Bank. Minneapolis, MN (w/SOJA
Feb 22nd @ The Waiting Room. Omaha, NE (w/SOJA)
Feb 23rd @ The Bottleneck. Lawrence, KS (w/SOJA)
Feb 24th @ Aggie Theatre. Fort Collins, CO (w/SOJA, Dubskin)
Feb 25th @ Ogden Theatre. Denver, CO (w/SOJA, Dubskin & Anuhea)
Feb 28th @ The Depot. Salt Lake City, UT (w/SOJA, Anuhea)
Feb 29th @ Knitting Factory. Boise, ID (w/SOJA, Anuhea)
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Article By: Mike Patti
Photo By: Amanda Zancanella
Cover Art By: Kc Cowan
Here’s a video courtesy of our friends at MoBoogie Videos filming a brand new stripped down Movement song, titled “Easy Love”. This was recorded at Lodo’s Bar & Grill in Denver, CO. Enjoy!