It was an awesome, yet chilly winter night in the suburbs of Minneapolis, Minnesota. We were ready for an awesome night of music as Movements headlined the “Feel Something” tour with special guests Can’t Swim, Gleemer, and Super Whatevr.
The Garage, which is a non-profit venue, is a fantastic hidden gem type of venue located in Burnsville, Minnesota. I really liked how it was organized with a room that was separate from the floor where the bands could sell their music and merchandise, and ample area for seats for people to socialize, and people to order their food and drinks. I must mention that this venue is a non-alcohol facility as the design of the facility was to give teenagers and college-aged students a safe and fun outlet. California’s own Super Whatevr was the first band to take the night.
Super Whatevr ignited the crowd with their music, they had about a 25 minute set and they primarily played cuts off of the “Never Nothing” release. The music was on point, the rhythm section was grooving, and their songs seemed to have resonated with the audience of roughly 200 people at The Garage. Frontman Skyler McKee certainly had a cool vibe about him in between the songs as he didn’t waste much time, yet was able to interject a little bit of humor. Check out the remaining tour dates with Movements at the end of this article. Find Super Whatevr on Instagram here!
Gleemer was the next band to take the stage. Out of Colorado, Gleemer certainly brought an atmospheric type of alternative rock sound to the band. While I wasn’t familiar with their music, I could immediately tell that they were creative with their song structures and that they possessed a pretty cool vibe about them. They kind of reminded me of a chill version of the Deftones with a little bit of a Filter vibe. Personally, I would’ve liked to have heard the vocals more, I wasn’t sure if it was a sound issue or if it was the natural vibe of the band. Overall, the crowd seemed to be quite attentive and enjoyed Gleemer’s set and that’s what counts at the end of the day. Their performance left me with wanting to hear more from them so I can get a better grasp on their music. Check out the remaining tour dates with Movements at the end of this article. Find Gleemer on Facebook here!
Can’t Swim was the next band to take the stage. I caught a little bit of their set, this was when I wasn’t feeling good. I sometimes get migraines and it hinders me from being able to enjoy the music. I sat in a room away from the stage where I could still clearly hear the band. I could immediately tell that Can’t Swim had their fans that were there to see them live! Their vocals were a great mix of singing and screaming, as the frontman effectively utilized his vocals to portray the story that he was telling and their arrangements were tighter than some of the skinny jeans that I saw in the crowd at The Garage! I’m definitely looking forward to hearing more from Can’t Swim.
After providing support for Movements, Can’t Swim will be embarking on their own tour with Chase Huglin and Choir Vandals
Tuesday, April 10th- 89th Street in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Wednesday, April 11th- Outland Ballroom in Springfield, Missouri
Thursday, April 12th- Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana
Friday, April 13th- The Stache in Grand Rapids, Michigan
Saturday, April 14th- The Foundry in Lakewood, Ohio
Sunday, April 15th- Cattivo in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
For tickets and further information on any of the shows with Chase Huglin and Choir Vandals listed above, click here!
Can’t Swim will also be embarking on a European tour, check out tour dates below!
Wednesday, May 16th- JC Bouckenborgh in Antwerp, Belgium
Thursday, May 17th- Galaxy Camp in Zurich, Switzerland
Friday, May 18th- Galaxy Camp in Karlsruhe, Germany
Saturday, May 19th- Galaxy Camp in Cologne, Germany
Sunday, May 20th- Galaxy Camp in Leipzig, Germany
Monday, May 21st- Chelsea in Wien, Austria
Tuesday, May 22nd- Legend Club in Milan, Italy
Thursday, May 24th- Backstage in Paris, France (w/Trash Boat, Broadside)
Friday, May 25th- The Booking Hall in Dover, United Kingdom (w/Wallflower)
Saturday, May 26th- Slam Dunk Music Festival in Leeds, United Kingdom
Sunday, May 27th- Slam Dunk Music Festival in Hatfield, United Kingdom
Monday, May 28th- Slam Dunk Music Festival in Birmingham, United Kingdom
Movements were the final band to take the stage. The crowd went absolutely ballistic for Movements as they ripped into their one hour set, as I can tell the vocalist sang with a vengeance after he missed out on performing the show before in Denver due to an allergic reaction to medication. The beautiful thing about this set was how unified the audience at The Garage was as there were copious amounts of stagediving and Movements didn’t seem to mind people being on the stage. The biggest thing I noticed was how the fans of Movements sang at the top of their lungs with every word especially with the songs “Under The Gun”, “Deadly Dull”, and the set closer “Third Degree”. The audience definitely were sought out to “Feel Something” during Movements’ set and the feels ran the gamut of emotions throughout their set. This is why Movements are creating a movement, because of their songs and because their blistering live set!
Here are the remaining tour dates for the “Feel Something” tour featuring Movements with special guests Can’t Swim, Gleemer, and Super Whatevr
Monday, April 2nd- White Oak Music Hall in Houston, Texas
Tuesday, April 3rd- The Dirty 30 in Dallas, Texas
Wednesday, April 4th- Barracuda in Austin, Texas
Friday, April 6th- The Underground at Nile Theater in Mesa, Arizona
Saturday, April 7th- The Glass House in Pomona, California
For tickets and further information on any of the shows listed above for this tour, click here!
Movements will also be embarking on a tour of the U.K. and Europe with Paerish and Muskets. Check out tour dates below!
Monday, April 30th- The Cookie in Leicaster, United Kingdom
Tuesday, May 1st- The Think Tank in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Wednesday, May 2nd- King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow, United Kingdom
Friday, May 4th- The Key Club in Manchester, United Kingdom
Saturday, May 5th- Rebellion in Manchester, United Kingdom
Sunday, May 6th- The Asylum in Birmingham, United Kingdom
Monday, May 7th- Clwb lfor Bach in Cardiff, United Kingdom
Tuesday, May 8th- Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar in Brighton, United Kingdom
Wednesday, May 9th- Camden Assembly in London, United Kingdom
Friday, May 11th- Headcrash in Hamburg, Germany
Saturday, May 12th- Musik & Frieden in Berlin, Germany
Sunday, May 13th- Feierwerk e.V. in Munchen, Germany
Monday, May 14th- MTC in Cologne, Germany
Tuesday, May 15th- JC Bouckenborgh in Antwerp, Belgium
For tickets and further information for their European tour with Paerish and Muskets, click here!
Movements will be embarking on the swansong of the Vans Warped Tour this summer! Check out where they will be below!
Thursday, June 21st- Pomona Fairplex in Pomona, California
Friday, June 22nd- Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California
Saturday, June 23rd- Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California
Sunday, June 24th- Ventura County Fairgrounds in Ventura, California
Thursday, June 28th- AK-CHIN Pavilion in Phoenix, Arizona
Friday, June 29th- Downtown Las Vegas Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada
Saturday, June 30th- USANA Amphitheatre in Salt Lake City, Utah
Sunday, July 1st- Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado
Tuesday, July 3rd- Hollywood Casino Amphitheater in Maryland Heights, Missouri
Thursday, July 5th- Providence Medical Center Amphitheatre in Bonner Springs, Kansas
Friday, July 6th- Starplex Pavilion in Dallas, Texas
Saturday, July 7th- AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas
Sunday, July 8th- NRG Park in Houston, Texas
Tuesday, July 10th- Tennessee State Fairgrounds in Nashville, Tennessee
Thursday, July 12th- Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater in Virginia Beach, Virginia
Friday, July 13th- BB&T Pavilion in Camden, New Jersey
Saturday, July 14th- PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey
Sunday, July 15th- Xfinity Center in Hartford, Connecticut
Monday, July 16th- Keybank Pavilion in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania
Tuesday, July 17th- The Flats at Budweiser Stage in Toronto, Canada
Wednesday, July 18th- Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Thursday, July 19th- Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati, Ohio
Friday, July 20th- Meadow Brooks Amphitheatre in Rochester Hills, Michigan
Saturday, July 21st- Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Tinley Park, Illinois
Sunday, July 22nd- Canterbury Park in Shakopee, Minnesota
Monday, July 23rd- American Family Insurance Amphitheater in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Tuesday, July 24th- Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana
Wednesday, July 25th- Darien Lakes PAC in Darien Lakes, New York
Thursday, July 26th- The Pavilion at Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania
Friday, July 27th- Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts
Saturday, July 28th- Jones Beach Amphitheatre in Wantagh, New York
Sunday, July 29th- Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland
Monday, July 30th- PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte, North Carolina
Tuesday, July 31st- Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood in Atlanta, Georgia
Thursday, August 2nd- The Old Cypress Lot near Met Park in Jacksonville, Florida
Friday, August 3rd- Tinker Field in Orlando, Florida
Saturday, August 4th- MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater in Tampa, Florida
Sunday, August 5th- Coral Sky Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida
Go to www.vanswarpedtour.com for tickets and further information
Movements will also be embarking on an Australian tour with Moose Blood. Check out tour dates below!
Friday, August 31st- Amplifier Bar in Perth
Saturday, September 1st- Fowlers Live in Adelaide SA
Sunday, September 2nd- Corner Hotel in Richmond
Monday, September 3rd- Arrow on Swanston in Melbourne
Wednesday, September 5th- Uni Bar in Wollongong
Thursday, September 6th- Factory Theatre in Marrickville
Friday, September 7th- Small Ballroom in Newcastle
Saturday, September 8th- The Triffid in Brisbane