The progressive reggae trio hailing from South Carolina, The Movement recently released a new single titled “Rescue” which premiered April 14th of 2015 on Rootfire Records, marking it the first new material since the 2014 acoustic album Beneath The Palms. The track showcases The Movement’s progression as both artists and human beings, taking you on a conscious journey that tackles subjects such as personal struggle, growth, friendship and simply being grateful.
The track showcases The Movement’s progression as both artists and human beings
Talking about the new release, lead singer of The Movement Joshua Swain stated, “It really speaks to the struggles that I’ve had as a musician and contemplating basically life and exactly what you want out of it.”
The boys of The Movement is having a very “road heavy” year thus far, touring and sharing the stage with such artists like Collie Buddz, Tribal Seeds, Leilani Wolfgramm, Fortunate Youth, Hirie, Stick Figure, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, plus many many more.