The Move was a popular British psychedelic rock band in the 1960s. Formed in Birmingham, England, the group's original lineup came together as an amalgamation of several other bands, led by singer/songwriter Roy Wood. Though the band went through some lineup and lead vocalist changes over the years, it still managed to land nine top 20 hits in the UK, including songs such as "Night of Fear" and "I Can Hear the Grass Grow." By 1972, the final year of the band's run, The Move's lineup included Jeff Lynne, who would later come to be known as the mastermind songwriter and producer for the Electric Light Orchestra. Though its psychedelically poppy material never caught on much around the world, the band remains a well-respected entity within the UK rock history books.