New Politics to Play at Baby's All Right in Intimate 10 Year Anniversary Tour
Looking for that special something to help you push through the midweek slump? At Music & Mojitos, we found the perfect antidote to the hump day doldrum—all you have to do is head over to Brooklyn for New Politics’ show at Baby’s All Right on Wednesday, June 19. The performance is part of an intimate six-city tour celebrating New Politics’ 10 years together as band.
The Copenhagen-formed alternative rock band was created back in 2009 by Danish-born David Boyd (lead vocals, guitar) and Søren Hansen (bass, guitar, keys, vocals), as well as NY native Louis Vecchio (drums). Their earliest singles “Harlem” and “Yeah Yeah Yeah” put them on the map and launched them to superstardom, with “Harlem” garnering the trio over 31 million streams on Spotify and landing them in the Top 5 Alternative Rock charts. The band has been steadily growing in traction ever since, running the gamut of late night shows from Seth Meyers to Jimmy Fallon, and touring with legends such as Pink, Fall Out Boy, Paramore, 30 Seconds to Mars, Panic At The Disco, Dirty Heads, Twenty-One Pilots and 311.
With a new album that was released last fall, New Politics is sure to delight at Baby’s All Right tomorrow night. What’s more, New Politics’ newest single, “Comeback Kid,” is the perfect summer anthem. We love the positive message that New Politics is spreading in their latest single, and Music & Mojitos has had it on repeat since its release on April 19. With its upbeat tempo and catchy sounds, lyrics like ”Keep on keeping on, go stronger, when you feel weak go harder” will help you push through even the darkest of days. The song inspires perseverance and a never-give-up attitude, proving that a little bit of positivity and encouragement can go a long way.
Whether you’re looking for some midweek fun or good vibes and an empowering message to help you get through life’s inevitable struggles, one thing is for certain: New Politics at Baby’s All Right will be sure to get your feet moving and your hands clapping.