“This is why we crank the dial to the right.”
Walk The Moon sang “Different Colors” to a nearly sold out Fillmore crowd last Tuesday who loudly sang it right back to them.
After selling out the smaller, neighboring venue of Saint Andrew’s Hall Walk The Moon brought the house down at the Fillmore.
The band’s tour, named after recent release Talking Is Hard, has been selling out across the country and after watching them play it’s not hard to see why; this band is nothing but full of seemingly inexhaustible energy and fun.
From older hits like “Tightrope” and “Jenny” to some new tunes like “Sidekick” and current single (which is incredibly catchy), “Shut Up And Dance,” the show was one of the most fun, upbeat, danciest performances to ever hit Detroit.
Singer Nicholas Petricca has some pretty characteristic dance moves while bassist Kevin Ray is all smiles; guitarist Eli Maiman can shred something fierce and drummer Sean Waugaman just looks like he’s having a great time.
Petricca even went out crowd-walking for a bit before the band left the stage only to be excitedly cheered back on for an encore, which included a cover of The Killers’ “All These Things That I’ve Done” and ended with the hit that catapulted Walk The Moon into popularity a few years ago, “Anna Sun.”
A Walk The Moon show is absolutely not to be missed, even for those unfamiliar with the band!