Currently, the explosive horn-and-percussion trio, Moon Hooch, is on tour in Europe. The three stellar musicians are known for their high-octane performances, consistently wowing audiences stateside with their adventurous sound and energized and infectious live shows. As the band continues across Europe, with dates coming up in Belgium, France, Germany, Portugal, Austria, and Hungary through to August 5th, it’s clear the New York-born ensemble is making a lasting impression on fans across the pond.
Recently, Moon Hooch released a special video to its YouTube page, which features the band tearing up a spontaneous street jam in Belgium during the Gentse Feesten. Flanked by two Belgian brass bands, Brazzmatazz and NAFT, the rowdy impromptu concert recalls Moon Hooch’s early days in New York City, where the trio first came to fame after videos of busking in the subway went viral. With a history of captivating, live public performances, this newest video from Moon Hooch is just as wild, with the band and their Belgian friends laying out a fiery cover of Backstreet Boys classic “Everybody”.
The band’s cover is pretty ridiculous, with stellar hornwork across the board in addition to some standout cameos of fans on the streets getting down to the group. You can check it out for yourself below, plus catch Moon Hooch when they’re back in the U.S. on tour, with the group playing a number of festival appearances and headlining shows from August through September.
Moon Hooch, Brazzmatazz & NAFT – “Everybody” (Backstreet Boys cover)