Alexander went on to state that he hoped Biden would be “able to bring our nation together again”, adding: “Joe, Kamala– this ones for you.”
The Los Angeles band are best known for their 1998 hit single You Get What You Give, however famously separated just months after its release.
We are honored that the New Radicals reunited for this moment (including among @SecondGentleman Doug Emhoffs favorite tunes!) #Inauguration 2021 pic.twitter.com/UUHmyAwxQ0
— Biden Inaugural Committee (@BidenInaugural) January 20, 2021
” When we heard You Get What You Give was a Biden family anthem, we promised if Joe won we d get together and play our little song– both in memory and in honour of our new presidents patriot kid Beau,” frontman Gregg Alexander said to present the performance.
Emhoff, vice president Kamala Harris husband, picked You Get What You Give as his walk-on tune throughout the 2020 governmental campaign. Opening about his personal connection to the tune, President Biden previously explained it as the “style song” of his late boy Beau.
” During breakfast, Beau would typically make me listen to what I thought was his signature tune, You Get What You Give by the New Radicals,” Biden composed in his 2018 narrative, Promise Me, Dad.
New Radicals reunited for the very first time in 22 years throughout a virtual event celebrating president Joe Bidens inauguration today (January 20).
Doug Emhoffs preferred tunes!)”.
Appearing on stage together for the first time in over 20 years, New Radicals took part in the Parade Across America broadcast which was streamed soon after president Biden was sworn in at the US Capitol.
Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters and Katy Perry are because of carry out on the Celebrating America live-stream later tonight. During the inauguration event, Lady Gaga sang the US nationwide anthem before Jennifer Lopez provided a collection of tunes
Posting the live reunion on Twitter (watch above), the Biden Inaugural Committee said: “We are honoured that the New Radicals reunited for this moment (featuring one of [2nd Gentleman] Doug Emhoffs favourite songs!)”.