Watch New Politics' 'Buzzworthy Live' Acoustic Performance Of 'Harlem' (VIDEO)

Watch New Politics perform an acoustic rendition of "Harlem."

New Politics strip down "Harlem" for their "Buzzworthy Live" acoustic performance.

We knew that Copenhagen pop-rock trio New Politics liked to go all out with their trademark unhinged, shouty, sing-along tracks (see: "Yeah Yeah Yeah" and "Dignity"), but nothing could prepare us for seeing them perform live. And not just live-live -- we're talking about an intimate, personal, one-room acoustic performance of their brand-new track "Harlem"! Yep, just us, three cute Danes, and a rolicking, hand-clappy song all about NYC's upper half. And needless to say, the Europeans-turned-staunch New Yorkers more than lived up to their rowdy reputation.

Watch New Politics' "Buzzworthy Live" acoustic performance of "Harlem" after the jump.

The lead track from their brand-new A Bad Girl In Harlem album, "Harlem" is an obvious shoe-in for anyone's "Summer In NYC" playlist. "When it gets loud/ I turn it up/ Shake it like a bad girl up in Harlem/ When it's too hot, I light it up," shouts New Politics' frontman, David Boyd, who looks just as Guy Smiley-ish in person as the recorded track would suggest.

Check out New Politics' "Harlem" performance below, listen to their brand-new A Bad Girl In Harlem album in full, and catch them on tour with Fall Out Boy all summer long.

+ Watch New Politics' "Buzzworthy Live" acoustic performance of "Harlem."

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