Dopapod has shared their quarantine-edition live video for “Mucho”, an original track which first appeared on their 2017 Megagem studio album. The pre-taped performance (which was first recorded for the Suwannee Spirit Raiser virtual event in May) sees each member of the quartet set up their equipment in their respective home quarantine locations for a fun and engaging remote take on the groovy rock song.

Pianist Eli Winderman, drummer Neal “Fro” Evans, and guitarist Rob Compa all performed their parts from what appears to be their home practice spaces, while bassist Chuck Jones opted for the outdoors, likely to capture some of the sun’s energy to give his playing a boost of vitamin D.

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Watch the band’s well-edited quarantine performance of “Mucho” below.

Dopapod – “Mucho” (Quarantine Edition) 

[Video: Dopapod]

Since the cease of all live events in mid-March, the members of the band have kept themselves busy with virtual in-studio performances, an appearance on Quarantine Comes Alive, and their own “Dopapod Lessons” online music teaching service.