Goose has shared a pro-shot video of “Tumble” from the band’s show at the Regency Ballroom in February.

The video comes from the band’s February 15th show, when Goose opened up the Regency Ballroom for Pigeons Playing Ping Pong. This was the band’s second night in San Francisco, following a show at Great American Music Hall the night before. Additionally, this run of opening gigs on Pigeons’ Presto winter tour marked Goose’s first West Coast jaunt.

“Tumble” came in the second-to-last slot of the band’s five-song, 70-minute opening set. While it was common to only hear five or six songs during these opening sets from Goose, the band made the most of each number as they continue to experience a meteoric rise within the jam scene. The Connecticut quartet reaches all corners of the room with this nearly 20-minute rendition of the live favorite that has yet to find an official studio release. Starting with the gentle opening riff and ramping up into a fury before eventually melding back into a groove, Goose once again shows the versatility of a consistently-reliable jam vehicle. The band is able to straddle the line between relaxed and wandering, between driving and overbearing, and between ambiance and exploration on this song. The last five minutes serve as a perfect microcosm of how Goose can build such a delicate groove into a roaring peak before you even notice.

Watch Goose perform “Tumble” at the Regency Ballroom in San Fransisco, CA on February 15th.

Goose – “Tumble” – 2/15/20

[Video: Goose]

Even though Goose was forced to cancel its remaining shows with Pigeons due to COVID-19, the band has stayed busy. Last week, Goose released Alive and Well, a live compilation of choice cuts from the band’s 2019 fall/winter tour. Additionally, Goose has been providing a variety of content for the Live From Out There series from 11E1even Group through, including archival shows, live streams from home, as well as special aGOOSEtic sets. Head to the band’s website for any new announcements.