The Official Moving Mountains pre-sale is underway for WAVES, the forthcoming album by MOVING MOUNTAINS which is due out May 10 on Triple Crown Records.  It can be found here:
Like their previous works, PNEUMA and FOREWORD before it, the album was recorded and produced by singer/guitarist Gregory Dunn at the band’s home studio in Westchester, NY.  It was mixed by Matt Goldman (Underoath, Copeland, Anberlin), mastered by longtime MOVING MOUNTAINS collaborator Mike Kalajian and features an appearance by Kenny Bridges from Moneen on the song “The Cascade.”

“When the band first started, a very close friend of mine died,” he continues.  “That was the motivation to for all the lyrics on PNEUMAPNEUMA, FOREWORD and now this new album have all been about that…being young and having people around you die, which when you’re young it’s a very strange thing.  A lot of it is also my struggle with understanding faith and existence…and just about questioning those ideas–and most importantly–how to overcome that to appreciate what you have,” continues Dunn. (2008 – Deep Elm Records).  They’re very figurative and overly metaphorical, because I was embarrassed to talk about it at that time.  With this new album, I said to myself that it’s the last time that I’m going to write about it, so I’m going to be really blunt, honest and straightforward about the subject.

Tim Karan at Alternative Press magazine recently took to Twitter to post his thoughts about WAVES:  “I was THIS close to giving up on music and instead focusing on learning Portuguese.  Then I heard the new @MovMou album. I’m back in.”
The band–Gregory Dunn (guitar/vocals), Mitchell Lee (bass), Frank Graniero (guitar/vocals), Nicholas Pizzolato (drums)—performed three shows at SXSW last week, where they played to capacity crowds and won new fans over at every stop.  Next up for MOVING MOUNTAINS is an appearance at the Warped Tour Kick Off Party along with The Wonder Years, MC Lars, and Lionize on Friday, March 25 at House of Vans in Brooklyn, NY.  Wristbands for the free event are available at five Vans stores in NY and NJ.  Click here for more details:

Stay tuned for more tour dates…


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