Watch Movements Play "Colorblind" and "Third Degree" Acoustic at Toronto Warped Tour

BY Bradley Zorgdrager Published Feb 14, 2019

Movements have been making quite the commotion since forming in 2015, getting a Warped slot in 2017 with just an EP before jumping up to main stage a year later in support of debut LP Feel Something. Despite all the noise, we got vocalist Patrick Miranda and guitarist Ira George to strip down "Colorblind" and "Third Degree" at the final Toronto date of the Vans-sponsored tour.

The Exclaim! TV No Future acoustic session finds their post-hardcore/emo hybrid at its most sensitive. A funny false start takes off the edge before the poignant "Colorblind" compares love to the titular condition, aptly personal due to Miranda's affliction with it. He sings the chorus softly, where the album version is usually belted

"Third Degree," a song about being deeply enthralled by someone (potentially to the point of forgetting yourself), pulls back on the palm-muted pep of the electric version here.

Check out the performances in the players below ahead of their only-announced Canadian date, in Toronto with Boston Manor, who have also stripped down songs for us.

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