Photo Gallery: Movements, Boston Manor, Trash Boat, Drug Church live at Royale

 
 

Editor’s Note: The story of Movements is already stuff of legend. A few years back, the Southern California post-hardcore band landed a record deal with Fearless Records after playing their first show, and have since developed a dedicated fan base on the strength of a handful of releases (led by 2017’s Feel Something album and a hearty singles output that includes last year’s cover of R.E.M.’s “Losing My Religion”) and a memorable live show. Last night (May 9), they rolled into Boston for a sold-out all-ages affair at Royale, bringing along England’s Boston Manor and Trash Boat, as well as Albany’s Drug Church for one of the more stacked bills to hit the Theatre District in a minute. Vanyaland’s John Hutchings was on-hand to capture visuals of it all, and you can scan through his gallery below.

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