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Cullen Ronan

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In just mere days, Danish trio New Politics are taking their pop-flavored yet tastefully energetic alternative rock project to the Warehouse in Fairfield, Conn.

Joined alongside Bikini Trill and The Score, the group is out on the road in support of their 2017 full-length project, Lost in Translation.

Known for a number of chart-topping hits, most notably 2013’s single “Harlem,” the band has parked the bus and turned back the clock to the van and trailer days, hitting small venues nationwide in this “back to basics” style tour.

In preparation for the much-anticipated stop in Connecticut, we sat down with drummer Louis Vecchio, a native Long-Islander, to discuss the challenges he faces as the lone American in an all-Danish band, the pros and cons of life on the road as well as finding out what exciting things are in store for the group.

Listen to the full conversation below:

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