Walk The Moon Debuts Cincy-Centric Music Video


The local boys from Walk The Moon have debuted their official lyric video for the song “Different Colors,” the first track from their latest album Talking Is Hard. And the Cincinnati-area location cameos are pretty fun to count up. On a first viewing, we spotted Mirror Lake, Fountain Square, The Henry Barnes Lodge (Dayton, Kentucky), The Roebling Suspension Bridge, The Phoenix, Washington Park, Sawyer Point, Theodore M. Berry International Friendship Park, Union Terminal, Eden Park, Anderson Ferry, the Covington riverfront, the former School for Creative and Performing Arts, Duke Energy Convention Center, Queen City Tower, Lytle Park, and Taft Museum of Art, plus miscellaneous side streets, alleyways, staircases, garages, parking ramps, and skywalks. And there’s obviously a beauty shot of our lovely skyline. It’s a big ol’ Valentine to Cincinnati, and we’re into it.


The band is no stranger to setting videos in beloved (and sometimes unknown) Queen City locales. Case in point: Their breakout hit “Anna Sun” was shot in an old brewery tunnel in Over-the-Rhine:

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