Motion Device kicks–off new Kickstarter campaign

January 28, 2015   ·   0 Comments

Caledon’s very own Motion Device has just released it’s second official Kickstarter campaign in an attempt to get a new full length album funded by fans. The young band already completed a successful campaign one year ago and released their debut EP ‘Welcome to the Rock Revolution’ in 2014.
This time around Motion Device is set on proving to all the naysayers that rock is far from dead. Although the music industry seems to be bent on forcing every other genre down our collective throats, this very young rock band, lead by their 13 year old vocalist Sara, plans on bringing rock and metal back to the forefront.
They are eager to show many doubters out there that these days all a rock band really needs to make it in the music business is fans and Motion Device has already built quite an audience. The band is approaching 6 million views and 33,000 subscribers on their Youtube channel and more than 13,000 likes on Facebook – and all that has been done without the help of a record label.
In fact, the band’s management was recently called into one of the largest music companies in the world to meet and discuss their future plans. Although a record deal might be in the cards one day, Motion Device is not planning on handing over control of their little empire. They truly believe they can accomplish all their musical dreams with the support of their fans, who happen to be all over the globe. A recent shipment of CD’s and merchandise was just sent out to Argentina, Ireland, Belgium, England, Brazil, Sweden, Denmark, Canada and the U.S.A.
Motion Device has built quite a fan base with their fair share of Youtube covers over the past few years, but their fans have been especially impressed with the band’s original material and they keep asking for more.
The band receives hundreds of comments from fans on a daily basis but there’s one in particular that constantly comes up: ‘Faith in humanity restored’.
It seems people in this world are in need of more rock music and Motion Device is ready to give them exactly what they need.
You can catch Motion Device performing at Stewart Maguire’s Landing on Saturday, January 31st.
To donate to Motion Device’s Kickstarter campaign visit their project page:



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