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— This video of an “Avalanche” mix from the new wave,
indie rock group Walk with Moon has links to get music downloads
of their newish album “Talking is Hard,” which many
consider to be their finest effort to date and which
we have the music of right here!
September 20, 2019
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WALK THE MOON – Avalanche (Lyrics)
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Check out and perhaps purchase the NEW album by Walk the Moon, What If Nothing, $9.99 for the mp3 digital download or $11.83 for the audio CD. Yes, this is new music, released November 10, 2017.
Wikipedia has a summary of information about Walk the Moon:
Walk the Moon (often stylized as WALK THE MOON) is an American indie rock band based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Lead singer Nicholas Petricca started the band in 2008 while a student at Kenyon College and went through several member changes before finally coming together with current members Kevin Ray, Sean Waugaman, and Eli Maiman in 2010. The band’s name is derived from the song “Walking on the Moon” by The Police….
Walking the Moon is a “new” and rising band that The Daily Walk with Love gives high marks to, especially if you like “new wave” sorts of sounds. The music is energetic and also is great music to “do stuff” with, music in the background. I keep coming back to this band and listening on YouTube. Visit the bands’ official website where are links to get music downloads of their newest album (from 2014), “Talking is Hard.” I personally love good energetic new wave sounds, and Walk with Moon has a great “indie” flavor. In a sense an indie feel is inherent in the new wave concept, but the critics call the music “indie rock” and not “new wave.” The drumming is insistent and not so traditional and this music is (as we said back in the 70’s) really cool.
“Talking is Hard” does have a more straightforwardly 80’s sound than do some of Walking the Moon’s early albums, one critic noted. But it’s a great sound. This is music I love to listen to while I work. Not only that, it’s good enough so that it’s great to give my undivided attention to also. To me, the best track on the new album is the first song, “Avalanche,” for which we named our article and YouTube mix. See what you think!
Buy the latest album, “Talking is Hard” at Amazon.com where a digital download of the album is only $7.99. You can also get it at iTunes. I have always liked Amazon’s music because it is digital rights free and the mp3 format is one all media players can handle. Also available at Amazon is their Walk the Moon (self-titled) CD from 2012 ($7.99) or Walk the Moon’s You Are Not Alone (Live at the Greek, $6.99), which is dated February 26, 2016. Probably more is available on their website. The Avalanche playlist, below, is a really good video collection as a playlist from YouTube. I also like the second song, “Work this Body” a lot, and when I listen to the album, it’s good enough that I almost always listen to all of the video playlist. You’ll never know unless you try it, and then I’m betting that you’ll be hooked.
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