A few hours after the interview I returned to the O2 Academy in Liverpool to see Walk The Moon rock the place with support from the fabulous Colony House, the queue snaked round the building and the room was buzzing with excitement. The venue itself was a great one, with a great view of the stage and really friendly staff. The show was brilliant, with both acts giving a brilliant, high-energy show that sent the crowd crazy.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock you must have heard the song ‘Shut Up and Dance’, I caught up with the guys behind the hit before their show at the O2 Academy Liverpool. Nicholas Petricca, Kevin Ray, Eli Maiman and Sean Waugaman make up Walk The Moon, an alternative rock band from Cinncinati, Ohio. They talked about using their platform to affect positive change, what they want to achieve and their fondest musical moments.
Following the release of their album ‘That’s The Spirit’ Bring Me The Horizon announce their biggest set of headline shows to date. The six show tour takes place in November, featuring a night at the O2 Arena in London.
This is not a live show you’ll want to miss; tickets go on sale 9AM Friday 8th Jan.