13 Songs, 55 Minutes


The Ohio pop-rockers deliver a crushing, caffeinated third LP.

Mastered for iTunes


The Ohio pop-rockers deliver a crushing, caffeinated third LP.

Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
197 Ratings
197 Ratings
Love Marches On


For the people saying "One Foot" is just a rip-off version of "Shut Up and Dance," have you read the lyrics? Like, really read and understand the lyrics? "One Foot" is a step forward (no pun intended) for WTM, and they've never disappointed me. I've been a fan of these guys for over half a decade and they haven't released a single song that I haven't loved in some way. This album is gonna be another amazing addition to their discography.


Lazy line dance

They've always walked the line between sell out pop and alternative fun, now they've just gotten lazy. "HEY, LETS DO LIKE ANOTHER SHUT UP AND DANCE HAHA PEOPLE WILL LIKE THAT WHOA"
Expected way more


Let down

I’ve been a fan of the band for well over 5 years and have followed them pretty religiously. This album is such a let down. They have official sold themselves out to mainstream pop. I had a feeling it would happen. When I was going through the album I couldn’t tell if I was listening to maroon 5 or one direction. I’m definitely disappointed.


Spirited and quirky Cincinnati, Ohio-based indie rockers Walk the Moon formed in the late 2000s around the talents of Nicholas Petricca, Kevin Ray, Sean Waugaman, and Eli Maiman. After independently releasing their 2010 debut album, I Want! I Want!, the band signed on with Brooklyn-based boutique management company Mick Management and began work on their follow-up LP with producer/mixer/songwriter Ben Allen at Atlanta, Georgia's Doppler Studios. The resulting sophomore outing, Walk the Moon, arrived in 2012 on RCA Records. Led by the single "Anna Sun," it charted inside the Top 40. The following year saw the release of the Tightrope EP.

In December 2014, the band issued their third long-player, Talking Is Hard, via RCA. The anthemic single "Shut Up and Dance" reached the U.S. Top Ten and became an international hit. The song also garnered a Teen Choice Awards nomination and an MTV Video Music Awards nomination. Buoyed by that success, Walk the Moon headlined their own tour in 2015 and capped off the year by performing live during Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve in New York City. The band's first live album, You Are Not Alone: Live at the Greek, appeared in 2016.

In 2017, they returned with their fourth proper album and third for RCA, What If Nothing, featuring production by Mike Crossey, Mike Elizondo, and Captain Cuts. Included on the album was the single "One Foot." The band also headlined their Press Restart tour. ~ James Christopher Monger

Cincinnati, OH