Full-show video of Lettuce‘s recent performance at GroundUp Music Festival in Miami Beach, FL this past weekend on February 16th has arrived to YouTube. The fan-shot video encapsulates the funk band’s hour-long set at the North Beach Bandshell, where the they managed to squeeze six songs in just under the 60-minute mark.
After a glowing introduction from Shaun Martin of Snarky Puppy, Lettuce got right down to business and opened up the show with “Krewe” from the band’s 2019 Grammy-nominated album Elevate. Then came a blast from the past with “Sam Huff’s Flying Raging Machine” from 2008’s Rage, followed by the airy composition “Phyllis”. The band then launched into a pair of covers, starting with Tears For Fears‘ “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” followed by “Oakland Stroke” by Tower of Power. After a run through the funk classic, Lettuce transitioned straight into “Nyack” to close out the set.
Watch video of Lettuce’s entire set from GroundUp below.
Lettuce – GroundUp Music Festival – 2/16/20 – Full-Video
Lettuce begins their tour of Europe today (February 18th) with a show at Oran Mor in Glasgow, U.K. From there, the band will travel to 12 countries over the next three weeks, playing gigs in Germany, Belgium, Sweden, France, and many more.
For tickets and a full list of tour dates, head to the band’s website.