Tiny Moving Parts - Breathe

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Armin

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26.06.2019 - 18:30 Uhr - Newsbeitrag
TINY MOVING PARTS
SIGN TO HOPELESS RECORDS
NEW ALBUM “BREATHE” OUT SEPTEMBER 13TH
BAND SHARES NEW SINGLE “MEDICINE”
EU TOUR IN OCTOBER


Hopeless Records is excited to announce the signing of Tiny Moving Parts. They’ve shared “Medicine” - the first single off the band’s forthcoming album "breathe", out September 13th, 2019. Fans can watch the music video for “Medicine” here and pre-order the new album "breathe" here.



Speaking to the track, Dylan Mattheisen said: “‘Medicine’ is about everything around you falling apart. When people come and go in a lifetime, I try to focus on the happiness and guidance they’ve provided me instead of the sadness of them leaving”.

Mattheisen is afraid of death. That’s nothing new. In fact, it’s a fear that has flowed, in one form or another, through every album the Benson, Minnesota band has released so far. But on "breathe", the band’s fifth proper full-length, it’s become more obvious and prevalent than ever. At the same time, this set of songs is designed to help quell those anxieties, both for Mattheisen and the dedicated following he and his cousins – brothers Matt and Billy Chevalier – have built up since forming the band in 2008.

“I just feel as time goes on that everything means more and more”, says Mattheisen. “So this record covers things we’ve talked about in the past – the fear of dying, losing someone through moving away or the passing of someone – but it concentrates more on the positives, and being happy things happened instead of sad they’re taken away. It’s about finding that mindset to keep on powering through”.
Written in between tours since the release of their last record, "Swell", released in January 2018, "breathe" finds the band moving forward sonically as much as they are pushing through emotionally. Recorded with longtime collaborator Greg Lindholm, who oversaw seven songs, and established pop producer John Fields (Jimmy Eat World, Goo Goo Dolls, All Time Low), who handled the other three, "breathe" is full of the same emotionally-driven blend of math-rock, pop-punk and emo that they’ve made their own, but it also branches out.

"breathe" is more than just an album. It’s an emotional crutch. It’s moral support. It’s the friend we all need at our darkest times. It’s the sound of a band coming to terms with their own mortality, their own anxieties, their own self-doubts. And it’s a reminder that, as long as there are songs sung back as if our lives depend on them, we are never alone.

The band is also confirmed to tour Europe this October with Microwave and Lizzy Farrall. A full list of tour dates can be found below.

Tiny Moving Parts is Dylan Mattheisen (guitar/vocals), Matthew Chevalier (bass/vocals) and Billy Chevalier (drums).

European tour with Microwave, Lizzy Farrall:
September 30 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg
October 1 – Paris, France – Supersonic
October 2 – Brussels, Belgium – Ancienne Belgique
October 3 – Cologne, Germany – Luxor
October 4 – Hamburg-nord, Germany – Uebel & Gefärlich
October 5 – Leipzig, Germany – Felsenkeller Leipzig
October 6 – Berlin, Germany – BI NUU
October 8 – Munich, Germany – Feierwerk
October 9 – Vienna, Austria – Flex
October 10 – Bologna, Italy – Locomotiv Club
Pre-order "breathe" Now!
"breathe" Tracklist:

1. The Midwest Sky
2. Light Bulb
3. Medicine
4. Icicles (Morning Glow)
5. Vertebrae
6. Polar Bear
7. Bloody Nose
8. Soft Spot
9. I Can’t Shake
10. Hallmark


Milo

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12.09.2019 - 13:34 Uhr
Album ist sehr viel poppiger (seichter) als die beiden Vorgänger. Nur noch wenig Gefrickel, allerdings steht ihnen auch das sehr gut zu Gesicht. Braucht aber noch mehrere Durchgänge.

Logarythms

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Registriert seit 13.06.2013

07.10.2019 - 17:29 Uhr
Hat ein wenig länger gedauert als bei den beiden Vorgängern, aber mittlerweile hat mich das Album doch noch gekriegt.
Vor allem 'The Midwest Sky' und 'I Can't Shake' sind richtig toll (auch wenn der Refrain von 'The Midwest Sky' vielleicht ein wenig zu sehr das Ende von 'Wishbone' kopiert)

Armin

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09.10.2019 - 21:06 Uhr - Newsbeitrag
Frisch rezensiert.

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MartinS

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13.10.2019 - 10:43 Uhr
Mich hat's bisher noch nicht leider. Find das alles ein bisschen zu handzahm.

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