Hailing from Cincinnati, Ohio the indie outfit known as Walk The Moon hit The Ogden stage on Saturday night to a audience of screaming fans. It was my first time seeing them live, and was pretty impressed by the interaction between the band and audience, I guess it is tradition for the band to come out before their set and paint the audiences faces with a array of face paint representing warpaint. It is rare to see this interaction between artist and band nowadays, as most bands tend to stick to the old hang out in the green room until we are ready to play routine. As soon as the lights dimmed, and the screams rang out it was all business for the boys of Walk The Moon, hitting us with a energized set; it wasn’t long before the whole venue was dancing up a storm. Digging into their bag of songs it was a rendition of Fleet Foxes's “White Winter Hymnal”, that truly showcased the bands ability to adapt from their normal style. Translating their passion for music in the sense of crafty and skillful songwriting Walk The Moon comes off without a hitch. They will be back in Denver headlining at The Hi-Dive on March 28th on their way back home from their current tour, a show you will not want to miss.