Walk The Moon W/ The Griswolds

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Off the back of sold-out performances earlier this month, Ohio natives Walk The Moon confirm their return to Australia in January 2016.

Walk The Moon are in the country this month for a string of special performances. With the recent release of their bold new album, Talking Is Hard, and infectious second single, Different Colours, the band is fast on-track to becoming the next global pop-rock sensation.

Walk The Moon have recently sold-out dates across the United States, and performed to over 40,000 fans at this year’s Lollapalooza Festival. Their upbeat anthem Shut Up & Dance has been one of the biggest hits of the northern hemisphere summer, surging to the top of the Billboard chart and hitting triple platinum in the U.S. The track cracked the ARIA Singles Chart Top 3, and is currently triple platinum in Australia.

Hailing from Cincinnati and formed by singer/keyboardist Petricca, Walk The Moon have hit their stride since the release of Talking Is Hard. They’ve played with the likes of Pink, Panic! At The Disco and Fun across the US, UK and Europe, and have appeared on late-night TV staples Letterman, Fallon, Conan and Carson. Walk The Moon are one of the most exciting acts on the global music scene.

The Griswolds

Joining Walk The Moon on the road in 2016 are Sydney party-starters The Griswolds. The band’s debut album, Be Impressive, was released earlier this year to critical acclaim; best described as a indie-rock record that will break and mend your heart, and leave you dancing with joy.

The Griswolds take off to North America for an extensive run of dates this October and November, returning to Australian shores in time to play five epic dates with Walk The Moon next January. The local indie four-piece hit the road with Walk The Moon across a 45+ date North American tour in March this year, regularly jumping on-stage during each other’s sets and covering each other’s songs.
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By: The Triffid