One thing is certain, New Politics are the must-see band of this year’s BottleRock Napa Festival. From the moment we heard they would be on the lineup, we were excited for everyone to catch their performance. It was nearly eight years ago when I was first introduced to New Politics. They were an opening band for The Spill Canvas at Slim’s in San Francisco and ten seconds into their set, we were blown away. They gave us a performance that raised the hairs on our neck, full on non-stop energy and intensity. Fast forward to 2018 and New Politics still succeed at delivering that level of intensity and magic on stage.
We recently caught their return performance at the legendary Fillmore for their headlining tour in support of their new album, Lost In Translation. It was another magical evening as their stage presence electrifies the crowd and everyone is instantly infused with bliss. Check out some photos from their set by our Rockin Ryan:
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The Lost In Translation tour continues on and make sure you check the dates and get yourself to a show! Visit their website https://www.newpolitics.dk/ for more details on dates. New Politics will be playing at this year’s BottleRock Festival on Sunday May 27th at the Midway Stage. Make sure to add them to your schedule and get their early since they will definitely be a crowd favorite. We had a chance to chat with the band at the Fillmore and they are super excited to be performing at BottleRock Napa. Check out our interview here:
Now if you don’t already have it, make sure to pick up their latest album, Lost In Translation by heading over to their site. The album truly highlights the strength of the band as they continue to deliver fresh new music to get you moving and become your fave.
Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on the latest news.
Information & Links:
- Website: www.newpolitcsrocks.com
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/newpolitics
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/newpolitics
- Youtube: www.youtube.com/newpoliticsrock