Moving Mountains Post New Song

2011-04-05 by Former Sputnik Music Enthusiast | 13 Comments
Westchester, New-York post-rockers Moving Mountains are now streaming a song from their upcoming album.

The song is called "Tired Tiger" and will appear on Waves, which is set to be released on May 10, 2011 by Triple Crown Records. You can stream the song either on their facebook page or at soundcloud.com:

http://www.facebook.com/MovingMountains

http://soundcloud.com/mjourdian/moving-mountains-tired-tiger

Tagged: Moving Mountains

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North0House2
April 6th 2011
5933 Comments


Psh, posted this first in a list, no big deal lol.

I like it, great song without a doubt. They've refined their sound, it's almost unrecognizable though, I wouldn't of thought it was them if I just heard it without knowing.

It's still awesome though.

eternium
April 6th 2011
16352 Comments


I think it sounds like them, a lot more so than the other song that they showed that sounds like typical post-hardcore (whatever that is).

It's really pretty and it raises my hopes for the new album.

Schizophrenik
April 6th 2011
845 Comments


pretty good, i hope the new album will be better than pneuma (which wasn't bad)

henryChinaski
April 6th 2011
3307 Comments


song rules.

Digging: Daughter - Not to Disappear

DarkNoctus
April 6th 2011
9489 Comments


wasn't very good at all

Digging: Earthside - A Dream In Static

Trist66
April 6th 2011
148 Comments


Glad that the post-rock influences are back, because that last song they posted was pretty not good.

natey
April 6th 2011
4173 Comments


the beginning sounds like a Lovedrug song

but 1:50 on is cool again, still a little pop-rocky not epic post-rawky

coleba
April 6th 2011
788 Comments


Better than the other song, but still boring. Honestly they seem to have lost their way, which sucks.

DarkNoctus
April 6th 2011
9489 Comments


they were never any good anyway

flalafell
April 6th 2011
668 Comments


good song, not as good as Furnace Woods though

zuzek
April 6th 2011
757 Comments


Like it.

Aids
April 6th 2011
24225 Comments


"Psh, posted this first in a list, no big deal lol."

I know, I decided to see if my news would get approved, I don't even listen to this band at all. I will though, they seem interesting.

CrypticMorning
April 6th 2011
56 Comments


Pretty decent, I need to get more stuff from them. I used to listen to a few songs of their EP pretty consistently.



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