Movements Are Bringing Their Indie Grunge To Larimer Lounge This Weekend (03/09)

By: Nathan Sheppard

Movements first ever headlining tour makes its way to Denver this Friday, March 9th at the sold-out Larimer Lounge with special guests Can’t Swim, Super Whatevr, and Gleemer. This tour comes right after the release of Movements’ highly anticipated full length album Feel Something.

Movements mix together grunge and indie with poetic lyrics. There is an element of vulnerability with this band’s sound that makes it easy for people to relate to, which creates a very intimate setting for their shows. Movements are known for touring non-stop since their formation in 2015, and with that comes a better show each time you see them, making this weekend’s set one of BolderBeat’s top things to check out this week.



If you missed out on tickets for this tour, Movements will be for Warped Tour this summer for the festival’s final run. You can also buy the band’s new record and follow them here.


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