Pop wonderkids The Walters have taken the world by storm with their platinum-certified global hit single “I Love You So,” to become one of the most talked about success stories in recent years. While still ascending the Billboard Top 40 charts, the quintet releases their anxiously awaited new 6-song EP ‘Try Again‘ today via Warner Records, which features the single/video “Million Little Problems.” Listen to ‘Try Again,’ featuring the new single/video “Million Little Problems,” HERE.
“Million Little Problems” has garnered over 636K global streams to date. The six-track EP illuminates the nuances of the group’s conjuration of dynamic, dreamy, and diverse alternative bliss. Drummer Charles Ekhaus and The Walters notably co-produced the project. Under the glow of clean guitars and their trademark harmonies, “Black Moon” shines with a hummable hook and hypnotic solo. On “Lover,” acoustic guitar-laced verses give way to a summery refrain punctuated by vintage Southern California inspired sounds. Then, there’s the vulnerable ballad “Eyes For You.” It culminates on a tender promise, “I only have eyes for you.” During the closer “I’ll Make You Mine,” a soft intro builds towards a boisterous chorus that reveals a modern nostalgic vibe that permeates the sound of The Walters.
To date, the band’s runaway smash “I Love You So” has impressively exceeded 5 billion global views on TikTok and 468 million global streams on Spotify alone. The single also climbed to #29 at US Top 40 Radio.
The Walters will hit the road for the first time since 2017 for their spring headline tour which will conclude on June 9 at The Wiltern in the band’s new hometown of Los Angeles. Tickets are available HERE.
2022 Tour Dates: May 13 Salt Lake City Kilby Block Party May 14 Denver, CO Summit May 19 Asbury Park, NJ House of Independents May 20 Washington DC The Howard Theatre May 21 Richmond, VA The National May 22 New Haven, CT Toad’s May 24 Boston, MA Paradise May 26 Philadelphia, PA Brooklyn Bowl May 27 New York, NY Webster Hall June 07 San Francisco, CA August Hall (Rescheduled new date) June 09 Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern (Rescheduled new date)