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New Politics got the alternative rock sound off the ground in their home of Copenhagen, Denmark, and is best known for songs like Tonight You’re Perfect," "Harlem" and "Berlin." Don't miss your chance to see New Politics LIVE! Buy your New Politics tickets now!
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New Politics is an alternative rock band based out of Copenhagen, Denmark. The group is best known for songs like “Tonight You’re Perfect,” “Harlem” and “Berlin.” New Politics’ sound encompasses multiple facets of alternative rock, pop punk and a few elements of dance. The band’s fusion of danceable beats, rocking instrumentals and catchy lyrics make it one of the fastest rising stars of this generation. Buy your New Politics tickets today and dance the night away with this fresh and exciting group.

New Politics, which consists of Soren Hansen, Louis Vecchio and David Boyd, began working together in the early 2000s, testing out the bar and club scenes in its native Denmark. The group migrated to Williamsburg, N.Y., before beginning production on its self-titled debut album in 2010. The album received praise from both critics and consumers, spurring the group to do a 30-date tour of the U.S. New Politics continued to spread its music by opening for 30 Seconds to Mars’ Into the Wild Tour in October 2010.

New Politics’ sophomore album, A Bad Girl in Harlem, was a little more refined than its pop heavy debut. The group talked about its struggles in the industry, overcoming cultural differences, long-distance relationships and creating new identities as a full-fledged alternative rock band.