Moving Brooklyn released their debut EP Intervals produced by John Naclerio (My Chemical Romance, Just Surrender, Bayside). Now, they’re releasing Intervals B-Sides, and we’re happy to debut one of the b-side tracks, “Anything At All.” Check it out below!
About Moving Brooklyn:
In 2012, Moving Brooklyn was conceived as a nostalgic throwback to acts like Northstar and Spitalfield. The band quickly took to playing the East Coast, earning a spot at the Hartford, CT Warped Tour, and supporting Patent Pending, Sparks The Rescue, and Crash The Party.
January 2014 saw the release of Intervals, Moving Brooklyn’s debut produced by John Naclerio (My Chemical Romance, Just Surrender, Bayside). The EP spans two years of loss, love and personal growth, thundering on with energetic breakdowns and powerful choruses.
With the addition of Jon Cavanaugh, a former member of Burn Lexington on bass, the five gentleman set out to compile a collection of B-Sides. Over the summer, they recorded these songs with producer Ivan Fiallos at Endeavor Audio. The B-Sides EP is set for a free release this Halloween.