New Politics Cause Havoc in “Everywhere I Go”

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New Politics has been making waves in the past year, going from opening act to headliners in under two years.

That’s a big deal especially from a band not from America and it looks like the Danish band are going to stay, especially when you have backing from Fall Out Boy and Pete Wentz is your fairy godfather. New Politics are signed to Wentz’s D2C2 record label alongside Panic! at the Disco.

Today, the band have debuted the music video for their latest single “Everywhere I Go (Kings and Queens).”

The video, which was shot with the help of the group’s fans, features a car setting fire to the street of what appears to be New York, break dancing, demolishing televisions, graffiting a car, and a sick rock show in a tiny venue.

Yes guys, New Politics’ show is just as crazy as it appears on film. We know, we’ve been at one.

Check out the music video below.

Earlier this week, it was announced New Politics would be one of the bands to take the stage on night one of KROQ’s 25th annual Almost Acoustic Christmas alongside fellow label mates/ former tour mates Fall Out Boy as well as Linkin Park, Incubus, Rise Against, and more.

But before they get to that in December, the band began a short, Midwestern tour yesterday in Lawrence, KS at the Granada Theater. Today, they will be hitting up The Pageant in St. Louis. The rest of their tour dates can be seen below.

EVERYWHERE I GO TOUR DATES:

11/12 St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant
11/13 Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theater
11/14 Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave / Eagles Club
11/15 Indianapolis, IN @ Deluxe at Old National Centre
11/16 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues