Movements recently released their new album Feel Something. “We want our listeners to hear our music and feel something deeper than the everyday run-of-the-mill emotions” exclaims Patrick. “We want our listeners to know that no matter what they’re going through there’s someone out there who understands. We want them to know they aren’t alone in their struggles, and no one should have to suffer alone. We don’t care if our music makes you feel sad, happy, angry, confused, or anything in between. All we care about is that it makes you Feel Something.” This is truly a statement accurate of the album.
Opening with Full Circle, you get an easy introduction to the record. It’s not heavy, but it’s not bland. The lyrics, when listened to closely, are raw and hard-hitting. Particularly with the hip-hop style verse at the end. The instrumentation is pretty basic, which adds to the effect of the vocals. The intricate guitars come in for Third Degree. Lead single Colorblind is an arena ready anthem.
Deadly Dull hits home way too hard for me, discussing the theme of Alzheimers. It’s a heartbreaking track but nothing short of beautiful. Under The Gun is a more angsty track
The album on a whole is a rollercoaster of emotions and a strong record. The guitar work is intricate and the vocal delivery brings the lyrics to life with more emotion than you thought possible.