Sunsquabi, the Colorado-based hyrdo-funk band, river beats favorites’, just released a ten-track Album titled Instinct.
Instinct is a funky and experimental album with a theme that reflects the metamorphosis of the band. Sunsquabi’s improvisational studio sessions have been fleshed out into full-blown songs on the album, with inspiration from creatures and/or biological elements. The album’s lead singles – “Caterpiller,” “Chrysalis,” and “Night Moth” – are perfect examples of this “evolution” theme.
Sunsquabi was featured on our artists on the rise in 2017, and since then, the band went on to join the stage with some of the biggest live acts in music. Their fusion of jazz, funk, electro, and classical gives them an edge that pushes the envelope of live “EDM.”
The band is getting to ready to embark on a 2-month long nationwide headlining tour supporting Instinct. Check out their full tour stops below, including a newly announced headlining performance at The Fillmore Auditorium in Denver with support from Too Many Zooz, The Hip Abduction, Chris Karns, and Nobide on January 26, 2019.
Is there a better way to start the weekend off right than with some funky tunes? We don’t think so. Dive into Instinct below!
Check out all the stops on Sunsquabi’s Instinct tour!
The Squab boys are also returning to Sweetwater 420 Fest in Atlanta, Georgia. Don’t miss out on all the funk, plus Widespread Panic, Rebelution, and more!
Featured image via artist Facebook page.