Walk the Moon paints the town 'Different Colors' in new lyric video
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Pop-rock outfit Walk the Moon premiered the lyric video for "Different Colors" on June 4. The guys salute their hometown of Cincinnati in the clip for the new single.

"Different Colors" is the second single from Walk the Moon's latest album Talking is Hard. The guys' carpe diem anthem follows their massive hit "Shut Up and Dance," which currently sits at no. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. They march to the beat of their own drum on "Colors," another '80s-like offering.

"Different Colors" opens with pulsating synths similar to something on the Drive soundtrack before Walk the Moon injects the song with its rowdy brand of pop-rock. Singer Nicholas Petricca basks in the electronica as he celebrates a wild night ahead. "So come on lovers / Come on haters / Tonight we raise the fire," he sings. "Colors" carries a lot of attitude by way of the band and paints an anthem filled with revelry and camaraderie.

The lyric video for "Different Colors" features several scenes of the city of Cincinnati, the hometown of Walk the Moon. The lyrics for the single flash across the screen like street graffiti. The guys sure know how to paint the town all sorts of colors in this vibrant clip.

The "Different Colors" single is now available to download on iTunes. Walk the Moon's Talking is Hard record dropped last year and it has so far reached no. 14 on Billboard's albums chart. The band's self-titled debut album was released in 2012 on RCA Records.