Walk The Moon Teamed Up With The Ally Coalition for Pride Month

June 25, 2019

It's no secret that the guys of Walk The Moon are allies to the LGBTQ+ community. The arguments about same-sex marriage inspired their song, "Different Colors".  Frontman Nick Petricca says that the song is a victory march and shows support for the community as well as the fight for gender equality. 

So it's no surprise that the band would use their efforts to raise awareness and join forces with The Ally Coalition. If you're not familiar with The Ally Coalition, it's a nonprofit founded by Jack Antonoff (Bleachers) and his fashion designer sister, Rachel Antonoff. Together they are raising awareness, action, and funds for LGBTQ equality.

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Besides that sweet tank, they have some shirts, a tote bag and bandana (perfect for festival season) you can get your hands on! A portion of the proceeds will be going to support The Ally Coalition, and if you want to rock this merch, act fast before it all sells out!

so happy we get to play Pittsburgh Pride next weekend and celebrate the way we do best. ---- whether or not you’re in PA, you can grab these love-themed moon threads online and join in wherever you are, with whomever you love. --

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Oh, and duh! Don't forget Walk The Moon will be headlining Summer Camp on August 10th, you can buy tickets today and show off that new WTM Pride tee at Marymoor Park!

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