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Welcome to the personal website of Andrew Turnbull. This outpost features tons of stupefying and trivial things pertaining to various and diverse interests of mine. Chances are, if there's something I know about or like that doesn't much other representation on the 'net...there's a bit of it here.

July-September 2023 Archive

20 August 2023

The last Walk the Moon concert?

set list

For me, it will probably be. :(

Ashley for the Arts (Arcadia, WI), 2023-08-12.

14 July 2023

Walk the Moon announce their "hibernation."

hello WALK THE MOON family, we invite you to tune into this message with an open heart.

we are announcing: our hibernation.

the time has come for us to take a long break from touring and making records together. we are lovingly making space for new creations, for family, to serve our well-being and the well-being of WALK THE MOON. our gratitude for this adventure + this connection with you is much grander than a caption can say. please check out our video for the full picture.

there are a few things to celebrate together before we hibernate, including: - we have NEW MUSIC for you. something to celebrate our time together, coming in August! - we will be streaming the last show of our 10th Anniversary Tour as a premiere event on YouTube, to chat live and watch together with you. details to come. there's more in the video. stay tuned over the next few weeks. we love you endlessly.

<+> Nicholas, Sean, + Eli

NGL: I'm sobbing right now.

Walk the Moon were the band that singlehandedly reinvigorated my interest in new music for the first time in 15 years. They crafted hard-hitting, danceable rock songs with substance, and their influences (Genesis, Talking Heads, The Police, David Bowie, The Fixx...) were very much the same as my own.

What's more, this was a band whose songs resonated perfectly with my lived experiences. From the euphoria of marriage equality to the crushing shock of the election of 2016, my subsequent immigration to Canada, and all the challenges and uncertainties that dominate life in the post-COVID world...Walk the Moon were there.

It was life-changing to hear "Anna Sun," "Shut Up and Dance," "Different Colors," "Aquaman," "Can't Sleep (Wolves)," "Lost in the Wild," "Heights," and "Someone Else's Game" for the first time. And seeing them live was life-changing all over again.

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