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New Politics tickets - New Politics Tour

New Politics - The 2014 Tour

Dance rock fun group New Politics is leaving their far off home in Denmark to bring their extensively fantastic discography all across North America. Catch New Politics as they head to a venue near you, including: Washington, DC; Carrboro and Charlotte, NC; Orlando, Jacksonville, and Fort Lauderdale, FL; Atlanta, GA; New Orleans, LA; Tulsa, OK; Dallas, TX; Tucson, AZ; San Diego, Anaheim, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, CA; Portland, OR; Vancouver, BC; Boise, ID; Englewood, CO; Lawrence, KS; Saint Louis, MO; Minneapolis, MN; Milwaukee, WI; Indianapolis, IN; Chicago, IL; Cincinnati and Cleveland, OH; Louisville, KY; Toronto, ON; New York City and Buffalo, NY; Boston, MA; Philadelphia, PA; and Hartford, CT. Don't see New Politics in your area? Don't worry! These Danish wonder rockers have one of the busiest and most hectic tour schedules on the planet. Keep up to date on all of their latest tours and concert engagements right here on StubHub - your number one resource for concert tickets!

With a constantly on the road work ethic and one of the most frenetic shows in the industry, New Politics somehow keeps burning down the house and blowing away crowds night after crazy night. From the world's biggest concert halls to the most packed dance clubs, New Politics always delivers a show that is excitingly fresh and masterfully executed. Come see what is being hailed as the most exciting dance rock tour of a decade - don't miss your chance to catch New Politics when they're performing near you!


About New Politics

David Boyd and Soren Hansen would be hard at work on the music scene for years, individually trying to put together the next big thing that would be their ticket into the mainstream music industry. The two would eventually find each other and the rest is New Politics history as the band added percussionist Poul Amaliel and formed the first iteration of Danish dance rock phenomenon New Politics. Winning a contest with the Danish National Radio, the band began rocking the local Denmark music scene and was soon scooped up by mega label RCA Records.

The band immediately hit the road for a UK wide tour, which soon spawned a tour across the great vast wilderness known as North America. The band would take a liking to this wild wilderness, and soon made a permanent relocation to the cultural capital of the world, New York City. By 2010, New Politics was one of the hottest tickets in dance rock, getting invited to play the most prestigious festivals and venues, including the nationwide superfestival South by Southwest. The band's unstoppable tour ethic had to be slowed down as they were herded into the studio to record and release their first full length album. Despite measurable success, Amaliel would soon return to Denmark, leaving the members to fill his slot with friend and musician Louis Vecchio.

The band soon hit the road once again, picking up some of the most exclusive tour spots available as they performed a nationwide tour alongside Fall Out Boy, played a special performance at epic nerd fest Comic-Con, and opened for Pink in yet another North American tour. By 2014 New Politics fever had caught on so much that the band was headlining its own tour across America, just four years after their debut on the American music scene.


Previous Hits

In 2010, the band would release their self titled debut that would drop to huge commercial success. Although the band was in the studio recording and releasing these tracks for the first time, the majority of what was put onto the album were written long ago and had been performed at music festivals and shows across the world already. The album spawned two singles, including their mega hit and current anthem "Yeah Yeah Yeah" as well as the equally catchy "Dignity". "Yeah Yeah Yeah" would climb to the #16 position on the US Alternative charts and #45 on the US Rock charts, while "Dignity" would make a strong showing at #29 on the US Alternative chart.

The band's 2013 follow up, A Bad Girl In Harlem, lived up to the massive expectations and again performed well worldwide. The album again spawned two singles, including the #4 charting "Harlem" as well as "Tonight You're Perfect", which climbed to the #16 position on the US Alternative charts.


Trivia

Though they've relocated to a snazzy loft in New York City's Brooklyn borough, the band still holds on strongly to their Denmark origins. In their own bio, the band still describes themselves concisely as "Danish as f*ck".


The New Politics Concert Experience

From start to finish, New Politics will keep you out of your seat and dancing to the beat as they deliver one of the most exciting and enjoyable experiences that dance rock has to offer. With a hectically frenetic delivery and a penchant for showmanship, the New Politics concert experience is an unforgettable experience that your town will be talking about for months to come. Don't miss your chance to see the most exciting group to hit the dance rock scene since Hot Chip - get your tickets today!

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