Last June, Walk The Moon frontman Nicholas Petricca declared, "I believe that sexuality is a spectrum". In a post on Instagram, he explained "I have feelings for, am attracted to both men and women, and I have had experiences with both men and women, and I'm proud of it." With that, Walk The Moon became instant role models for the bisexual community.
Today, they're dropping a new summer bop called "Can You Handle My Love??" Nicholas says "It's a song about how trying to be perfect is totally ridiculous. Whoever hears these songs, I want them to be reminded of what they love about life."
Today isn't just one new song, but three. Alongside "Can You Handle My Love??" are new tracks "Giants" and "I'm Good." You'll be able to see the band perform the aforementioned lead single tonight on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers.
It's been a minute since we've been able to hang out and see Nicholas in person with Walk The Moon...but fortunately, the time is finally here!
In addition to new music, the band is also announcing today that they're hitting the road this fall on their "Dream Plane" tour, kicking off September 20th in Tampa, FL. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 16th at 10am local time.