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If you’re interested in the inclusion of New Radical’s 1998 hit single “You Get What You Give” in Biden and Kamala Harris’ recently announced opening playlist, you’re sure to see the finale of their “Parade” Want to see Across America ”virtual opening show this Wednesday. according to this Rolling stone, New Radicals will rejoin after 22 years (active from 1997 to 1999, the band released an album, Maybe you have set your mindIn 1998) to celebrate the fact that if we are lucky, anything can happen around the world.
“If there is one thing on earth that will possibly bring us the band together, if only for one day, it is our hope that our song may be the toughest beacon of light in such a dark time,” New Radicals frontman Grease Alexander A Said in the statement. “America knows in its heart that things will brighten up again with the new administration and the actual plan of vaccines on the way. This is the message of the song… about to pull through this world. “
In addition to the upcoming second Gentleman Doug Amhoff’s self-selected campaign walk-on song, Rolling stone Explains that “what you give also matters to Biden’s family.” According to the soon-to-be 46th president, the song served as a rally cry for son Bue Biden as he treated cancer; BU died in 2015.
“During breakfast, Beau often tells me that I thought his theme song is ‘You Get What You Give’ by New Radical,” the presidential election wrote in his 2017 autobiography Promise Me, Dad. “Even though Beau never stopped fighting and his desire to live was the strongest – I think he knew that this day could come.” The words of the song are as follows: This entire damn world can disintegrate. You will be fine, follow your heart. “