Published Jan 20, 2021The New Radicals' "You Get What You Give" stands as one of the catchiest songs ever, and as promised, the group reminded us of that during President Joe Biden's inauguration today.
Marking the group's first performance in 22 years, New Radicals frontman Gregg Alexander brought the 1999 hit back for the virtual "Parade Across America" event. And while only a portion of the reunion performance aired on actual TV, you can now watch the whole thing below courtesy of Rolling Stone.
"We pledged if Joe [Biden] won, we'd get together and play our little song both in memory and in honour of our new president's patriot son Beau," Alexander said in an intro to the song. "And also with the prayer of Joe being able to bring our country together again with compassion, honesty and justice for a change."
As previously reported, "You Get What You Give" had previously been used as Vice President Kamala Harris's walk-on song and was also important to Joe Biden's late son Beau. The U.S. president had previously written about the tune in his 2017 memoir Promise Me, Dad.
Watch the New Radicals reunion play out for yourself below.