Southern California’s post-hardcore quintet Movements are set to release their long awaited sophomore release, No Good Left To Give, this week.
With their debut record, Feel Something, being highly regarded Movements have a high bar to surpass with their second record. No Good Left To Give attempts to achieve this by diving deeper into the somber, dark and despondent tones as the band explores themes around mental health, relationships and loss.
As they move in this more emotive direction lyrically the band have also introduced piano elements and subtle drum lines to in turn drive the melodic nature of the record in this direction as well.
No Good Left To Give demonstrates the growth and maturation of a young band, and in that process reaffirms Movements place in the post-hardcore genre.