|Studio album by Moving Mountains|
|Released||May 11, 2011|
|Genre||Indie rock, post rock, post-hardcore|
|Label||Triple Crown Records|
|Moving Mountains chronology|
Waves is the second album by the band Moving Mountains. It was released on May 11, 2011.
Moving Mountains is a rock band from Purchase, New York. Combining emotional vocals with elements of post-rock, the band has often been compared to such acts as The Appleseed Cast and Thrice.
All songs written by Moving Mountains
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