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Mover

About Mover

With a sound that's a little bit greasy, a little bit sleazy, and undeniably rootsy, Mover grant even the most rigid music enthusiast the inalienable right to shake one's posterior. Whether busting out bluesy chunk-grooves that sound like outtakes from Beggar's Banquet, pop-based melodies that would make Alex Chilton blush, or even countryfied acoustic moments that drip with the spirit of Gram Parsons, this versatile S.F. quartet updates the best of rock's glory era for the end of the century. With three gifted songwriters in tow, Mover are never at a loss for fine material.

Listen toMoveron Rhapsody

With a sound that's a little bit greasy, a little bit sleazy, and undeniably rootsy, Mover grant even the most rigid music enthusiast the inalienable right to shake one's posterior. Whether busting out bluesy chunk-grooves that sound like outtakes from Beggar's Banquet, pop-based melodies that would make Alex Chilton blush, or even countryfied acoustic moments that drip with the spirit of Gram Parsons, this versatile S.F. quartet updates the best of rock's glory era for the end of the century. With three gifted songwriters in tow, Mover are never at a loss for fine material.

About Mover

With a sound that's a little bit greasy, a little bit sleazy, and undeniably rootsy, Mover grant even the most rigid music enthusiast the inalienable right to shake one's posterior. Whether busting out bluesy chunk-grooves that sound like outtakes from Beggar's Banquet, pop-based melodies that would make Alex Chilton blush, or even countryfied acoustic moments that drip with the spirit of Gram Parsons, this versatile S.F. quartet updates the best of rock's glory era for the end of the century. With three gifted songwriters in tow, Mover are never at a loss for fine material.

About Mover

With a sound that's a little bit greasy, a little bit sleazy, and undeniably rootsy, Mover grant even the most rigid music enthusiast the inalienable right to shake one's posterior. Whether busting out bluesy chunk-grooves that sound like outtakes from Beggar's Banquet, pop-based melodies that would make Alex Chilton blush, or even countryfied acoustic moments that drip with the spirit of Gram Parsons, this versatile S.F. quartet updates the best of rock's glory era for the end of the century. With three gifted songwriters in tow, Mover are never at a loss for fine material.