Talking is Hard so SHUT UP AND DANCE with WALK THE MOON at Ayala Malls

It may just be the new Prom Song of the new Millennials–for those torpe types who says  “Talking is Hard”  and just wanna tell their dates to just  “Shut up and Dance” already.

Well the Cincinatti-based art-rock quartet Walk The Moon walks the streets of Manila this week thanks to Ayala Malls.

Walk The Moon features lead singer and keyboardist Nicholas Petricca, bassist Kevin Ray, drummer Sean Waugaman, and guitarist Eli Maiman who began luring fans with their infectious beats through their 2012 single Anna Sun and have since then been unstoppable.

A relentless touring machine, Walk The Moon had graduated to performing alongside artists and bands such as fun Pink, Panic! At The Disco on world-class stages of Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo.

Their latest album, Talking Is Hard, was an artistic product from six weeks of marathon writing, which they started from scratch, something entirely new to the band. Kevin Ray shares, “We’d never had an opportunity like this before. We were able to live and work in a really creative space – just the four of us.”

What ensued was two solid months of recording in North Hollywood where the members were eager to put out a masterpiece.

It was so intense that they began one track at 6pm on the last day of recording and were determined to finish so much that, according to Maiman, they didn’t leave the studio until the sun came up. The band bore their hearts out with a fearless, quirky sound unlike anything they’ve done before.

Walk The Moon takes along their authentic touring style, an interactive
celebration of life and love, with them as they perform in Manila for the first time ever. Don’t miss them as they perform their top single and pop rock anthem “Shut Up And Dance” along with other catchy tunes like “Work This Body”, “Down In The Dumps”, and “Aquaman”. Catch them on the following dates: August 18, 6PM at Alabang Town Center, August 19, 5PM at UP Town Center, and 7:30PM at TriNoma, August 20, 5PM at Market! Market! and 7:30PM at Glorietta Activity Center.

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