FTC Warehouse: The Score, New Politics get the joint jumpin’
New York-born and Los Angeles-based duo The Score — Eddie Anthony and Edan Dover — have recently a new single, “Stronger,” which they’re sure to play when they perform at the Fairfield Theatre Company’s Warehouse on tour with New Politics Wednesday, Nov. 14.
“If you come to a show, you’ll get a room full of people dancing, jumping up and down and screaming. It’s in your face,” Anthony told substreammagazine.com.
Inspired by rap-adjacent artists like Post Malone and K. Flay, the genre-defying group blurs the lines between rock, pop, indie and electronic.
Meanwhile, the chart-topping alt-rock outfit New Politics’ latest album, “Lost In Translation” (released last fall) features the single “One Of Us,” which reached No. 10 on the Alternative Radio chart and has garnered millions of streams.
Consisting of Danish-born David Boyd (lead vocals, guitar) and Søren Hansen (bass, guitar, keys, vocals), as well as New York native Louis Vecchio (drums), New Politics burst onto the scene with their smash hit “Harlem,” earning over 31 million Spotify streams and reaching the top 5 at Alternative Radio.
The Warehouse, 70 Sanford St., Fairfield. Wednesday, Nov. 14, 8 p.m. $28 standing room only; limited seating first-come, first-served. 203-259-1036, fairfieldtheatre.org