American alternative rockers Movements took their debut European tour to Antwerpen’s incredibly intimate JC Bouckenborgh last night. The run is in support of last year’s spellbinding Feel Something, an album which made it to #2 in our Album of the Year countdown. French outfit Paerish and popular collective Mountains to Move joined them, and Arne Cardinals went down to check it out.

MOUNTAINS TO MOVE

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PAERISH

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MOVEMENTS

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Feel Something is out now via Fearless Records.