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Moving Mountains Direct Support On Coheed And Cambria's Spring Tour

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Moving Mountains
Submitted by Johan Wippsson on 2012-03-02
Moving Mountains Direct Support On Coheed And Cambria's Spring Tour

Moving Mountains will be direct support on Coheed and Cambria’s spring tour which launches April 29 and winds down May 18.

The Westchester, NY ambient indie rockers will be out in support of their upcoming New Light EP which will be released on April 24, both digitally and on vinyl, via Triple Crown Records. The EP consists of acoustic and re-interpreted versions of songs that originally appeared on the band’s breakthrough 2011 LP Waves and their 2007 debut Pneuma.

In addition to the C&C dates, MovingMountains will play a run of headline dates beginning March 16 in Brooklyn, NY. Tickets for the shows are available now at:

http://www.soundrink.com/collections/moving-mountains. See dates below.

Moving Mountains Headline Tour Dates:

March 16- Brooklyn, NY - Knitting Factory – Brooklyn (with Prawn, This Old Ghost, Gameday Regulars)

March 18- Stanhope, NJ- Stanhope House (with Athletics, Gates)

March 23- Cambridge, MA- TT The Bears (with Ghost Thrower)

March 24- Danbury, CT- Heirloom Arts Theatre

Direct Support for Coheed and Cambria also with Pianos Become The Teeth

April 29 - Charlottesville, VA  Jefferson Theatre
April 30 - Charleston, SC        Music Farm
May 3 - Gainesville, FL          Florida Theatre
May 5 - Athens, GA              40 Watt
May 7 - Chattanooga, TN   Track 29
May 8 - Bloomington, IN    Bluebird
May 10 - Lexington, KY     Kentucky Theatre
May 11 - Urbana, IL        Canopy Club
May 12 - Knoxville, TN   Bijou Theater
May 13 - Raleigh, NC    Lincoln Theater
May 15 - Tallahassee, FL       Coliseum
May 16 -Birmingham, AL    Workplay Soundstage
May 17 - Baton Rouge, LA     Varsity Theater

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