Led by the bright, nimble voice of group founder Nicholas Petricca, spirited and quirky indie rockers Walk the Moon emerged from Cincinnati, Ohio with their first alternative hit, "Anna Sun," in 2012. They went from popular to ubiquitous courtesy of their international hit "Shut Up and Dance." It was taken from the group's third full-length, the platinum-selling 2014 release Talking Is Hard, which reached a high of 14 on the Billboard 200. They again cracked the Top 40 with 2017's What If Nothing, scoring a number one Alternative Songs chart single with "One Foot." Following the 2019 single "Timebomb," the band delivered their fifth album, HEIGHTS, in 2021. With roots at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio in the late 2000s, Walk the Moon's 2010 debut album, I Want! I Want!, was recorded with Petricca, guitarist Nick Lerangis, bassist Adam ...
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