Karmin's new album is finally here. And while the duo, Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan, can't wait for you to hear their three-year-in-the-making debut, they're even more excited for you to experience it live.
"I want [fans] to listen [to Pulses] and be like, this is really, I connect to so many different songs in this, this is amazing. It's sonically ... it's different and it's fresh but I am so curious about this I want to see them live and see what it's really about," Nick told MTV News. "Our live show still is our favorite part, we are ... everybody that sees our live show is like, I did not expect that, so if you love the album, make sure to come see us live."
So what exactly does a Karmin concert look like? Well, according to the pair, it's very similar to the stage show of one of Amy's idols: Gwen Stefani.
"It's a high-energy show. If you remember No Doubt back in the '90s, they also did push-ups onstage and a lot of sweating and jumping around and crowd participation, and that's really what a Karmin show feels like. It's almost like a rock show," she said.
Also joining them for the second leg of their Pulses Tour in April is labelmate Bonnie McKee. Although both members of Karmin are pumped to have her as an opening act, Amy is especially looking forward to having a female friend along for the adventure.
"I'm a huge fan of her and her energy and personality is — I'm just excited to have another girl on the road with us, honestly," she laughed.