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Walk The Moon Drop New Feel-Good Song Eat Your Heart Out

Monday, 24 June 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Walk The Moon have dropped a new song.

Eat Your Heart Out follows on from Timebomb, which arrived in January, and is a feel-good pop track complete with sunny synth lines, some contagious “wooo!”s and an equally as fun video, made up of silly clips of the band playing the song at home.

Walk The Moon, best known for their hit single Shut Up And Dance, released their second album ‘What If Nothing’ in 2017, and will spend this summer playing festivals across America.

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