March 30, 2012 12:00 AM
" In 2002 The Walkmen debuted with an album called Everyone Who Pretended to Like Me Is Gone.
Other area bands got more instant success, but over the course of seven albums of smart brooding and anthemic alienation, The Walkmen saw a slow but steady rise.
It's probably safe to say that if the only people left are the ones who liked them after the New York Rock Revival Hype died down, then they've done quite well for themselves. And now they're going to the afterlife "
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Thursday, April 05, 2012 by PW-Philadelphia Weekly (blog)
The Walkmen, who have a new record on the way, did a little bit with Pitchfork and it's all kinds of Philly! Their +1 feature has lots of Philadelphia landscapes and sees the guys talking about rehearsing over by Union Transfer.Read more
Friday, April 06, 2012 by The Brown Daily Herald
By Sam Sheehan With all due respect to the Walkmen and my sophomore year of high school, the must-see act of this Spring Weekend is without a doubt Childish Gambino. With all due respect to Cam'ron and the Internet meme “you mad!Read more
Friday, April 06, 2012 by Pueblo Chieftain
SOLD OUT: Florence + The Machine and The Walkmen, July 25, Red Rocks. Tenacious D and The Sights, 8 pm July 26, Red Rocks, $39.95-$45, TM. *"The Music of ABBA — Arrival from Sweden," 8 pm July 27, Red Rocks, $29, TM. *Bill Maher, 8 pm July 28, ...Read more