Walk the Moon hit up Japan in “Tiger Teeth” video

The band described it as a “visual love note” to their fans.

Walk the Moon have recently unveiled the visual for the single “Tiger Teeth,” off their latest album, What if Nothing.

Filmed in Japan, the four-minute-long video finds the band exploring the neon-lit streets of Tokyo and discovering the city of Kamakura. The song is something of a Walk the Moon deep cut: According to frontman Nicholas Petricca, “Tiger Teeth” was originally an unreleased track, which had only “existed as a rare live video” recorded by a fan at an earlier WTM concert.

“After countless fan requests for the song to be released, it finally made it onto What if Nothing,” Petricca said in a press release. “We knew we had to create something special for the fans who’ve been so loyal to the song for so long.”

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For longtime Walk the Moon listeners, this one’s definitely going to be a treat. Watch it below:

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