WALK THE MOON, named for the song by The Police, “Walking on the Moon,” toes the line between all out pop and alt-pop, inspiring hipsters and mainstream music-lovers alike to sing along to their catchy lyrics in between dancing to infectious guitar hooks. Just about everyone loves the band’s latest breakout hit, “Shut up and dance,” and live performances tend to encourage the latter, if not the former. Singalongs are inevitable at a WALK THE MOON show. Ever since making it big with their 2012 release of “Anna Sun,” the band tends to sell out shows, packing the house with enthusiastic fans who like to dance. Their front man, Nicholas Petricca, goes all out on stage, intermittently dancing himself, screaming at the top of his lungs, all while hosting an enormous dance party. He really leaves it all on the stage. And he does it all effortlessly, like it’s second nature. Shows are upbeat and fans are young and energetic, often showing up with painted faces, a look the band itself is famous for. On tour, they often incorporate a light show, which only adds to the hyped-up energy in the room.
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