Lettuce has shared a pro-shot video of “Moksha”, which the group recorded live at Stubb’s in Austin, TX, on January 24th. This marks the second pro-shot video the band has released from the Stubb’s performance, following “Checker Wrecker“, which Lettuce shared back in March.

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This “Moksha” performance featured Austin-based sitarist Indrajit Banerjee, who would later appear on the studio version of the song when Lettuce released Resonate on May 8th. Unlike the album version, however, this take on “Moksha” stretched over 13 minutes. Warping synthesizer from Nigel Hall and the vibrato of Banerjee’s sitar dominated the first couple of minutes of the track before Adam Deitch (drums) and Erick Coomes (bass) laid down a killer rhythm section to kick the song into a higher gear. Banerjee and Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff (guitar) traded licks back and forth for a bit longer before building up to the song’s main groove.

This section allowed the horn section to stretch their wings, as Ryan Zoidis and Eric Bloom added an upbeat layer to the groove. Banerjee took another solo around the eight-minute mark before signaling to Smirnoff, who joined him. Harmonies from the horn section and melodic accents from the synthesizer then laid a foundation for Smirnoff and Banerjee to steadily take the song up to its final peak.

Watch Banerjee sit-in on “Moksha” with Lettuce in Austin below.

Lettuce w/Indrajit Banerjee – “Moksha” – 1/24/20 [Pro-Shot]

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Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Lettuce currently has no performances scheduled in 2020. Head to the band’s website for the latest tour information as it becomes available.