"Different Colors" is a song written and recorded by American alternative rock band Walk the Moon for their third studio album, Talking Is Hard (2014). The song was released to alternative radio stations as the album's second single on May 5, 2015.
|Single by Walk the Moon|
|from the album Talking Is Hard|
|Released||May 5, 2015|
|Walk the Moon singles chronology|
A lyrics music video for "Different Colors" was filmed in the band's hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio. City landmarks featured in the video include Eden Park, the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge, the Ohio River, Cincinnati Union Terminal, and Sawyer Point Park & Yeatman's Cove. This is Walk the Moon's second video to be filmed in Cincinnati, after "Anna Sun" in 2012.
The official music video, featuring scenes and footage from the band's spring tour, was released on June 11, 2015. Filmed at Bogart's in Cincinnati, Terminal 5 and Radio 104.5 birthday show at Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, NJ.
Use in other mediaEdit
Beginning in June 2015, "Different Colors" was featured in several television commercials for Pop Open Music, the summer music program of Pepsi. Walk the Moon had signed on as one of the first bands to partner with Pepsi on the project, Feel the Music. Additionally, "Different Colors" was also featured in short video AT&T Feel the Music campaign, a social project designed to improve music assess to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community.
- Digital download
- "Different Colors" – 3:42
- Extended play (EP)
- "Different Colors" – 3:41
- "It's Your Thing" – 2:47
- "Boyfriend" – 2:57
- "Different Colors (Lost Kings Remix)" – 3:05
- "Different Colors (The Griswolds Remix)" – 3:56
Credits and personnelEdit
Credits adapted from the liner notes of Talking Is Hard.
- Recorded at Rancho Pagzilla, North Hollywood, California
- Mixed at The Casita, Hollywood, California
- Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York City
- Nick Petricca – vocals, keyboards, percussion, programming, songwriting
- Kevin Ray – bass, vocals, songwriting
- Sean Waugaman – percussion, vocals, songwriting
- Eli Maiman – guitar, vocals, programming, songwriting
- Ben Berger – songwriting, vocal production
- Ryan McMahon – songwriting, vocal production
- Jarett Holmes – programming, recording, digital editing
- Tim Pagnotta – production, recording
- Brian Phillips – digital editing
- Allen Casillas – digital editing
- Ryan Gillmore – digital editing
- Mauro Rubbi – drum technician
- Blake Mares – assistant engineer
- Robert Cohen – assistant engineer
- Neal Avron – mixing
- Scott Skrzynski – mixing assistant
- Joe LaPorta – mastering
|Canada Rock (Billboard)||38|
|US Hot Rock Songs (Billboard)||26|
|US Rock Airplay (Billboard)||12|
|US Hot Single Sales (Billboard)||3|
|US Hot Rock Songs (Billboard)||75|
|US Rock Airplay (Billboard)||48|
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