Heads Up!: New Politics with Bad Suns and SomeKindaWonderful at House of Blues (November 16, 2014)

New Politics with Bad Suns and SomeKindaWonderful at House of Blues (November 16, 2014)

New Politics

They are a dance-rock band from Copenhagen, Denmark. It is made up of David Boyd, Søren Hansen, and Louis Vecchio.[1][2] The band’s sound has been described as a blend of “punk, pop, and electronically induced dance rock”.[1] They have released two albums: New Politics in 2010 and A Bad Girl in Harlem in 2013 and are best known for their singles “Yeah Yeah Yeah” and “Harlem.”

Bad Suns

They are an American alternative rock band that formed in 2007, and now consists of Christo (formerly Chris) Bowman, Gavin Bennett, Miles Kottak and Ray Libby. A majority of the band members are from Los Angeles, California. The group has been signed to Vagrant Records, where they released their debut album Language & Perspective in 2014

SomeKindaWonderful

An American rock band from Cleveland, Ohio consisting of Jordy Towers (vocals), Matt Gibson (guitar), Ben Schigel (drums), and Sarah Dyer (backing vocals, percussion).[1] Towers, a singer-songwriter formerly signed to Interscope Records, formed the band in January 2013 during a visit to Olmsted Falls, Ohio after meeting and befriending local musicians Gibson and Schigel at a bar, eventually heading to a studio and recording the song “Reverse”.[2][3]

The band later signed to Downtown Records and released their self-titled debut studio album on June 16, 2014.[4] “Reverse” was released as their debut single and garnered initial support from Los Angeles modern rock station KROQ, eventually peaking at number 18 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart

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