The Release of “Colorblind” by Movements & “Window” by Sleep On It

Movements is a pop punk group from Orange County, CA. Movements released a new single “Colorblind” yesterday off of their upcoming album Feel Something via. Fearless Records.

“Colorblind” is the perfect song to exemplify the music styling of Movements. Patrick Miranda, vocalist, uses spoken word throughout the song. All of Movements songs are emotionally pulling at your heart strings because of the lyrical content. Instrumentally, Movements knows exactly how to build up their sound in a song.

Movements announced yesterday that their upcoming album Feel Something will be released on Oct. 20. You can pre-order their upcoming album on their website http://www.movementsofficial.com/home, listen to it on iTunes, Apple Music, or Spotify. If Feel Something is pre-ordered, two additional songs “Deadly Dull” and “Daylily” are available. Movements will be touring with Knuckle Puck across the United States in October and November and will be accompanying Knuckle Puck in the U.K. in November until December. Tickets and tour information can be found here.


Sleep On It released their second single off of their upcoming album Overexposed via. Equal Vision Records. The single, “Window” is inspired by the passing of TJ Horansky’s friend’s mother (according to Alternative Press). I’ve recently discovered Sleep On It, and I’m so glad that I did. If you have yet to do so, check out their music.

“Window” and “Distant” are two single off of Overexposed which will debut on Nov. 3. You can pre-order their album on their website, on iTunes, or listen on Spotify or Apple Music. Sleep On It is touring with Waterparks, As It Is, and Chapel on the “Made In America” tour from Nov. 6-Dec.7. Tickets and tour information can be found here.

In other news, Makeout released The Good Life and Emarosa released a music video for “Blue: Reimagined.”

Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!

-ovictoria

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