On Saturday, October 3rd, undead funksters Here Comes The Mummies took part in at Democracy Comes Alive, a one-day, nonpartisan virtual music festival aimed at channeling the power of music to make a critical impact on civic engagement in this November’s elections and beyond.

Here Come The Mummies turned in colorful, funky renditions of “Friction” and “Threeway on the Freeway” for their remote performance. The first track, a dark and dirty slow-burn juxtaposed with the party-starting innuendos of the second showed off the range of this unusual and highly entertaining ensemble—whose identities, as always, remained obscured. Much like the band’s performance at Democracy Comes Alive precursor Quarantine Comes Alive back in May, Here Come The Mummies came out of the virtual festival as one of the most talked-about acts of the day.

Head into the crypt with the Here Come The Mummies performances of “Friction” and “Threeway on the Freeway” at Democracy Comes Alive below. If you enjoyed the performance and have the means, consider making a donation to HeadCount and the Democracy Comes Alive artists via DemocracyComesAlive.com.

Here Come The Mummies – “Friction”, “Threeway on the Freeway” – Democracy Comes Alive

On Halloween night, Saturday, October, 31st, Here Come The Mummies will deliver a special live-streamed performance from Nashville’s Exit/In billed as The WeenStream. For more information on stream pricing and exclusive Here Come The Mummies Ween Stream party pack bundles, head here.

Here Come The Mummies joined 50+ performers and 10+ other speakers as part of Democracy Comes Alive, presented by Live For Live Music in partnership with voter registration nonprofit HeadCount. The 10-hour streaming event, powered by Nugs.TV and Plus 1, generated $40,000 and counting in funds for HeadCount as well as the participating artists, who remain out of work as the pandemic continues. In addition to the funds generated, Democracy Comes Alive led thousands of people to HeadCount’s tools to check your voter registration status and register to vote. For more information, head here.