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Walter Martin and Matt Berninger Get Wild on ‘We Like the Zoo’

Erstwhile Walkmen man Walter Martin is prepping a solo album, We're All Young Together, meant to reflect the sweetness and whimsy of youth. His latest share,…
Dan Reilly / April 8, 2014

See Hamilton Leithauser Cruise NOLA in ’11 O’Clock Friday Night’

First, the bad news: Erstwhile Walkmen boss Hamilton Leithauser has pushed the release of his solo album, Black Hours, to June 3, and reworked his…
Dan Reilly / April 3, 2014

The Walkmen Score ‘How I Met Your Mother’ Swan Song

How I Met Your Mother ended its nine-season run on March 31, finally revealing how Ted Evelyn Mosby (played by Josh Radnor) met the mother…
Kyle McGovern / April 1, 2014

A Guy From the Walkmen Wrote a Perfect Kids’ Song About ‘The Beatles’

The Walkmen only announced their "extreme hiatus" in December, and already we have three solo albums on the way: frontman Hamilton Leithauser's Black Hours, bassist…
Chris Martins / March 5, 2014

Walkmen’s Peter Matthew Bauer Sings ‘Latin American Ficciones’

The Walkmen's "extreme hiatus" keeps leading, paradoxically enough, to more and more new music. The latest Walkman to go solo is founding member Peter Matthew…
Marc Hogan / March 3, 2014

The Walkmen’s Hamilton Leithauser Goes Solo With ‘Alexandra’ Video

The Walkmen (effectively) broke up. Then they announced plans to get back together for a day. And then member Walter Martin announced his solo debut. Now,…
Chris Martins / February 25, 2014

The Walkmen’s Walter Martin Yodels With Karen O on ‘Sing to Me’

The Walkmen declared an extreme hiatus in December, then confused the issue by announcing a reunion show in January. Of course, that NBA All-Star Weekend…
Chris Martins / February 10, 2014

The Walkmen Are Already Reuniting

And the record for the shortest breakup-reunion cycle goes to the Walkmen! Roughly six weeks after word spread that the New York romantics are going…
Kyle McGovern / January 8, 2014

The Walkmen Are Taking an Indefinite Break

One of the foremost independent-minded New York rock bands of the past 15 years may be calling it quits. The Walkmen played a show on…
Marc Hogan / December 2, 2013

Fun Fun Fun 2013: SPIN’s Best Live Photos

Fun Fun Fun Fest's far-reaching lineup — M.I.A., Snoop Dogg, Body Count, Big Freedia, Johnny Marr, and many more — has presented us with agonizing conflicting-set-times…
SPIN Staff / November 9, 2013

Solange, the Walkmen, Black Flag Fronting Brooklyn’s Northside Festival 2013

The Walkmen, Solange, Black Flag, Phosphorescent, Iceage, the Men, and more will be dropping by the music portion of Brooklyn's annual Northside Festival this year. The…
Kyle McGovern / April 30, 2013

Hear Light Heat’s Shimmering Slow-Burner ‘The Mirror’

Under the banner of Mazarin, Philadelphia-based songwriter Quentin Stoltzfus spent the better part of the early aughts conjuring a haze of psych-inflected folk-pop. But after a…
Colin Joyce / February 19, 2013

The Walkmen Unearth Two Tracks for Limited Edition 7″

After releasing their sixth album, Heaven, back on Memorial Day weekend, alt-rock debonaires the Walkmen are at it again. The band continues to celebrate its…
Harley Brown / October 2, 2012

Lollapalooza 2012: 10 Best and Worst of Day Three

Lollapalooza 2012 — with its Black Sabbath sorta-reunion, puke-filled Perry's Stage, and massive storm evacuation — has come to an end. It wasn't going to…
SPIN Staff / August 6, 2012

Psychic TV: Watch the Walkmen’s Spectral ‘The Love You Love’ Video

"Love" appears in two of the song titles from the Walkmen's latest album, Heaven. Unless iTunes deceives, none of the song titles from the band's…
Marc Hogan / July 9, 2012
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