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Watch now: WALK THE MOON get eclipsed by their new video, "One Foot"

RCA RecordsWALK THE MOON is back with a new single and a new video, "One Foot."

The clip finds Nicholas Petricca and the guys performing at California's Joshua Tree National Park, during the recent total eclipse of the sun, with special camera lenses similar to the ones in the glasses we all wore to watch the eclipse.  The band performs in the desert in front of a number of mirrors, and Nick is also seen singing alone on a cliff top with the sun in the background.  A woman is also seen wandering around the cliffs, and at the end, she and Nick embrace.

In the upbeat song, Nick sings, "Cross my heart and hope to die/taking this one step at a time/Got your back if you got mine/one foot in front of the other."

In a statement, Nick says of "One Foot," "We've never felt more true to ourselves than we do right now, releasing this song and this upcoming record.  ‘One Foot’ is the soundtrack of our journey this past year, moving forward even when the path is uncertain."

So far, there's no title or release date for WALK THE MOON's new album. It's the follow up to Talking Is Hard, the album that featured their breakthrough smash, "Shut Up and Dance."

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