Music Video: Walk The Moon – Anna Sun
The amount of passion Walk The Moon puts into their music is just so immense. You can hear this dedicated intensity in their single Anna Sun. What starts off as a slow ballad of calling out quickly turns into a full-on indie rock dance scene, complete with a Keytar and everything! This song entrances my imagination and makes me want to go out and celebrate being alive with a smile, and any band that can do that has me sold. Walk The Moon independently put out their debut album I Want! I Want! last November and have expressed intentions of putting out another record soon. From what I’ve listened to from I Want! I Want! I can tell you its full of a variety of different song pacing, but the major reoccurring theme you can look forward to is beautiful synth driven dance rock. Believe me when I tell you Walk The Moon is pretty much my favorite discovery this month.
April 24, 2011 at 8:19 pm
Really nice review, but I don’t think the picture is Walk the Moon. I know the drummer very well.
April 24, 2011 at 10:02 pm
Well i’m going to with your judgement over mine on this one and I replaced the photo with one I think we can agree is Walk The Moon. Sorry about the wrong picture, I got it from photobucket and it was titled with the band’s name and it kind of resembled them. Thank you for the heads up.
April 25, 2011 at 7:28 am
Better, thanks! But, I think you can do one even better. Eli Maiman is the guitarist. He’s got a beard. Drummer’s mom
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February 28, 2013 at 12:18 pm
PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO READ THIS, IT MIGHT HELP!!I am in seventh grade, a 12 year old, and have read all of the Twilight books. In a way, it denpeds on how mature the girl is. Books one and two (Twilight and New Moon) have nothing harmful in them, as far as I can see. Books three and four, (Eclipse and Breaking Dawn) however, might not be appropriate. Book three is slightly violent, and book four does include a honeymoon and pregnancy. Stephenie Meyer is a Mormon, so there is no explicit details about Bella’s birth, though she does make it obvious what is happening. If you are still worried about her reading books three and four, I would suggest not giving her books one and two, because Stephenie is a such great author, and does amazing work, it is hard to stop once you start. You could also buy them and have her mother read and approve of them before giving them to your niece. Overall, I would defiantly suggest getting the books for her. The saga is an amazing read that takes you into another world. It’s a quick read, too, and defiantly enjoyable. Hope this helped! Good luck on your decision, and I hope she will have a great birthday! ♥Rosie