Walk the Moon sets release date for fourth LP
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Walk The Moon will release its fourth studio album, What If Nothing, on November 10th. The band has already issued the first single from the set, titled "One Foot," along with an accompanying video. To support the new disc, Walk The Moon will head out on an extensive winter 2018 trek labeled the "Press Restart Tour," beginning on January 12th in Washington DC and wrapping up on February 24th in Minneapolis. Ticket pre-sales begin on October 2nd, with general public tickets going on sale October 6th.
- The band is working with Tunespeak on its pre-sale tickets by registering fans on Facebook and having them earn points by doing a number of free actions such as pre-saving What If Nothing or streaming the new single.
- What If Nothing follows up Walk The Moon's 2014 album Talking Is Hard, which featured the blockbuster hit single "Shut Up And Dance.
- Walk The Moon hails from Cincinnati and was formed in 2006 by singer and keyboardist Nicholas Petricca. The current lineup includes bassist Kevin Ray, guitarist Eli Maiman and drummer Sean Waugaman.
- In 2015, the band catapulted to stardom when their hit single “Shut Up And Dance” became a multi-platinum global smash that peaked at Number One on the Alternative, Hot AC and AC charts, while hitting Number Two at Top 40 radio.
- “Shut Up And Dance” racked up over six million downloads and 850 million streams, while winning two Billboard Music Awards, a nomination for an MTV Music Video Awardfor Best Rock Video and American Music Award nominations for Favorite Pop/Rock Duo Or Group, New Artist of the Year, and Favorite Alternative Rock Artist.