Though live concerts are a rarity these days, Aqueous was able to give fans the next best thing: a live album. On Monday, the Buffalo-bred jam quartet released Live! From Philadelphia September Eighteen ’20, culled from their first of two livestreams at Ardmore Music Hall this past fall.

Even though Aqueous joined soundboard service Nugs back in 2017, that hasn’t stopped the group from releasing live albums. Since then, the band has put out three live albums including Element Pt. III: Best of Color Wheel Tour, a compilation of live tracks taken from their 2018 tour in support of their latest studio effort.

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Fans certainly get their money’s worth on Live! From Philadelphia with nearly three-hours of music. The 12-track recording hosts big jams throughout, including the show opening “Mind Games” which runs for an impressive 18 minutes, only to be reprised later on in the show. This all-original concert didn’t see any debuts or notable bust outs, but did host the second-ever performances of both “6’s and 7’s” and “Say It Again”.

Of all the tracks on Live! From Philadelphia, only two don’t crack double digit runtimes—one of which is the reprise of “Mind Games”. In all, this latest live record serves as a much-needed dose of Aqueous’ groove rock that is the jams, the whole jams, and nothing but the jams.

Stream the new Aqueous live album, Live! From Philadelphia below, featuring cover art designed by guitarist Mike Gantzer.

Aqueous – Live! From Philadelphia September Eighteen ’20