Walk The Moon is currently on the road in support of their latest album, ‘What If Nothing’. The tour kicked off kicked off in Louisville, KY last month and is set to run through February 17th, ending in Knoxville, TN. The band made their stop in Providence on February 1st offering one of the best live shows I have seen. The lights fade to black, bright white spotlights shine through the stage and suddenly the intro begins. You know that you are in for a good show when they play “The Circle of Life” from The Lion King to hype up the crowd.
It came time for Nicholas, Kevin, Sean and Eli to hit the stage and the energy was at an all time high. From the very first note, the audience was singing along to every song as the band went through their catalog of hits. The show kicked off with “Lisa Baby” from their 2012 self-titled debut album. From there the band performed their hits including “Different Colors”, “One Foot”, “Shut Up and Dance” + their latest single, “Timebomb”. You can feel a special vibe anytime Walk The Moon steps in front of a crowd. You look around and see pure happiness throughout the crowd, knowing that you are witnessing something special. That vibe is from the undeniable chemistry that this band has.
Everything about this tour has something special to offer. From the set list to the killer light show, you can see the time that went into this quality production. Don’t get me started on Nicholas’ dancing, because that is on a whole new level of greatness. After an incredible fifteen songs, the band returned for a special two song encore which included fan favorites - “Portugal” and “Anna Sun”. Going to see Walk The Moon is more than just a concert, it is a pure experience. Just as the band was walking off the stage, Nicholas says, “We’re very grateful you showed up tonight”. Hearing moments like that from successful artists only makes you love them more. They may have grown as musicians, but they have remained the same humble guys, grateful to do what they love every single night.
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