When music is pronounced with politics. The pop-rock group New Radicals will be revamped for a day, at the opening ceremony of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, with the permission of the new president’s late son and husband of the future vice president.
Formed in Los Angeles in 1997, The New Radicals gave the music world only a brief glimpse, before it was time to release the hit “You Get What You Give” before splitting in 1999. The title rose to record sales in several countries, including Canada.
In his autobiography, “Promise Me, Dad”, published in 2017, Joe recalls that the song became a song for the Biden family during the illness of his son Beau, who died of a tumor. To the brain in 2015. The lyrics seem to speak to everyone who is going through a difficult time, especially with more humility, with a message of hope. The song ends with a call to resist the oppression of the powerful.
The committee announced that the New Radicals, which agreed to be revised at the invitation of the Biden-Harris team, would perform on Wednesday at “Parade Across America” instead of the traditional parade following the official nomination. In a press release by the organization.