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New Politics: Crowd-Surfing Pop-Punk at Bogart's

Returning to Bogart's this month, it's everyone’s favorite Danish rock band! New Politics kick's off their Lost in Translation Tour, first in Cleveland, then in the Queen City, after traveling all the way from Copenhagen. With an international following and a discography you can both sing and shout along to, you wont want to miss the charm this three-piece brings to the stage! Formed in 2009, the band has four albums under its belt: New Politics (2010), A Bad Girl in Harlem (2013), Vikings (2015), and their latest release, Lost in Translation (2017). In 2014, they toured with Paramore and Fall Out Boy for the Monumentour, growing their fanbase of pop-punk rockers all around the globe. Between singer David’ Boyd's powerful voice, crowd surfing, and dancing, Louis Vecchio’s high energy drumming, and Søren Hansen’s signature guitar smashing (and occasionally throwing one into the pit), these Danish guys know how to get a crowd involved. If you haven't heard them already, now's your chance to fall in love with their hits, like "Harlem," "Color Green," "One of Us," "Everywhere I Go (Kings and Queens)," and "Tonight You're Perfect," before you sing along at the show! Get your tickets before they sell out and spend the night being serenaded. New Politics puts on a one-of-a-kind performance you won't want to miss out on!

When: Saturday, February 17, 7:30 PM; doors open at 6:30

Where: Bogart's

How much: $25



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