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SunSquabi Gears Up For 2017 With New Music, Colorado Performances And More [Video Premiere]

If you thought 2016 was a big year for SunSquabi, then get ready to be rocked in 2017! The jamtronica trio rang in the New Year with a sick performance at Decadence NYE, and have plenty more tricks up their sleeve with new music, a new bassist, and some exciting performances in their home state of Colorado!

Adding Joshua Fairman as bassist to their lineup, SunSquabi has emerged as up and coming superstars of the jamtronica scene. With roots in Colorado, last year saw the band branch out like never before, with new opportunities taking them all across the country. Though the band released a ton of new music in the past year, the live show has always been the heart and soul of their style, and Fairman’s low end wizardry has only complimented the work of Chris Anderson and Kevin Donohue.

The band has an exciting run of shows in Colorado coming up, including their first show in Boulder since 2015. With stops in Avon, Fort Collins, and Winter Park as well, there’s no stopping this group. With the upcoming shows in mind, the band has put out a recap video from their recent show at Decadence, set to the music of unreleased track “Dexter” featuring¬†Nicholas Gerlach. Funk yeah!

Check out the band’s new video below.

You can see the schedule for SunSquabi’s upcoming Colorado run below, as well as their full tour schedule. Be sure to head to their website for more details. 2017 is going to be bigger than ever, and we can’t wait!

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SunSquabi 2017 Tour Dates

1/20/2017 Vail, CO Agave
1/21/2017 Ft. Collins, CO Aggie Theatre
1/28/2017 Austin, TX ACL Live w/ STS9
2/3/2017 Winter park, CO Ullr’s Tavern
2/4/2017 Boulder, CO Fox Theatre
3/1/2017 Durango, CO Animas City Theatre
3/2/2017 Taos, NM Taos Brewing
3/4/2017 Phoenix, AZ MMMF
3/24/2017 Iowa City, IA Blue Moose
3/25/2017 Chicago, IL Bottom Lounge
3/31/2017 Las Vegas, NV Brooklyn Bowl w/ STS9

[Photo courtesy of Chester Pink]