If they were feeling not-so-fresh from a 14-hour music video shoot the day before, Walk the Moon did not show it during Tuesday night’s performance at LA’s Greek Theatre. They joined Youndblood Hawke in support of Panic! At The Disco’s The Gospel Tour, and a kaleidoscope of face paint clearly indicated which fans belonged to them. These Ohio natives know how to throw a dance party, and their heart-pumping performance had everyone on their feet.

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Walk the Moon has been hard at work on their sophomore album, and their show at The Greek was many fans’ first opportunity to hear the group’s newest material, including the new single “Shut Up and Dance,” for which (as I previously mentioned) you should expect a video soon. This space tribe is well known for inventive music videos and for its skill at pairing big imagination with deliberately smaller budgets. That concept began with the video for their most recognizable anthem, “Anna Sun,” and it has led to fans painting each other’s faces at Walk the Moon shows.

Skip the CGI, because these guys are for real! Walk the Moon’s music encourages comradery, acceptance, and creativity. Their shows are always interactive and fun, and with the approach of a new album release, listeners cannot help but follow their instructions to keep dancing! Be sure to grab tickets for their next SoCal visit, a show presented by KROQ with Cage the Elephant and Big Data on October 16th at San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino.

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