Editor’s Note: Maybe it’s just us, but this winter has felt a bit like spring. And by that we don’t really mean the weather or lack of proper blizzards (jinx) or anything related to the conditions outside. We’re talking about live shows, as the past few weeks seemed to have been a busier January and early February than we can ever recall. It’s not news that bands, as a means of survival, are touring more relentlessly now than ever before, and part of the benefit, for us, at least, is that touring acts are finally rolling through the Northeast in the dead of winter. It livens shit up, that’s for sure, and that liveliness is what Tiny Moving Parts brought to a sold-out Sinclair in Cambridge over the weekend (February 10). In town showing off the emo band’s excellent forth album Swell, released last month, the Minnesota dudes are no stranger to the cold, but packed out the Harvard Square club with enough heat and sweat carry us to summer. Emily Gardner was in the room for Vanyaland capturing visuals of the show, including looks at openers Oso Oso and Mom Jeans; scan through her full gallery below, in order of appearance.