Walk This Way
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Album: No Mythologies to Follow (2014)
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Songfacts®:

  • This is a track from Danish singer-songwriter Mø's No Mythologies to Follow album. She told NME that the record is about "being a young, restless and lost in their modern world." Mø added that songs such as "Walk This Way" reject "the media glorifying eternal youth, fame and money."
  • Mø's music is made together with producer Ronni Vindahl. This song was drafted backstage in Birmingham when the Danish singer was on tour with AlunaGeorge. "I was singing the hook, he quickly wrote the track and that was it," she told NME. "The album wasn't really made in one place. Tracks were written in Norway, Los Angeles, the UK, Denmark. Anywhere really."

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