1) "Walk the Moon" is an indie rock band that formed in Cincinnati, Ohio in 2008. The band consists of Nicholas Petricca (vocals, keyboards), Kevin Ray (bass, vocals), Eli Maiman (guitar, vocals) and Sean Waugaman (drums, vocals). The band has released four albums, "I Want! I Want!" (2010), "Walk the Moon" (2012), "Talking is Hard" (2014), and "What if Nothing" (2017). The band's single, "Anna Sun", peaked at #10 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart in 2012. The band's third single, "Shut Up and Dance" reached #1 on the Billboard Alternative charts in 2015. In 2017-18, the band had a second #1 hit on Alternative radio with "One Foot".
2) A duo consisting of Alain Johannes and Natasha Shneider who released one self-titled album in 1987. The single “Daddy’s Coming Home” received some alternative radio and MTV airplay. In 1990, Johannes and Shneider formed Eleven.
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