A year after their galloping indie anthem ”Anna Sun” went into rotation everywhere from retail V-neck purveyors to frat parties, the Cincinnati quartet finally have an album. And they’re not taking any chances — Walk the Moon is stacked with the kinds of poppy hooks and pumped-up choruses you could bring home to Mom. Individually, the songs are strong enough to hold their own, but after 11 tracks in a row, things get pretty samey. Call WtM a sort of watered-down Killers. The Injurers, perhaps? B
DÉJÀ VU Although poppy and catchy, Walk the Moon lacks uniqueness; each track simply sounds like its predecessor (RCA Records)
Genre: Rock; Status: In Season; Music Label: RCA
Posted June 22 2012 — 12:00 AM EDT
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