Coming out of the exploding Colorado music scene, electro-funk trio SunSquabi has announced their first headlining performance for 2019 in their home state of Colorado. The 3-piece outfit will be performing at the Fillmore Auditorium on Saturday January 26th as a part of the venue’s 20th anniversary run of shows.

Joining SunSquabi for this multi-act celebration will be NYC’s Too Many Zooz , Florida’s The Hip Abduction and Denver-based Nobide with special guest Chris Karns to round out the bill with tweener DJ sets all night long. The group will also feature their largest and most immersive audio and visual production ever.

The band, consisting of Kevin Donohue (guitars/keys/production), Chris Anderson (drums), and Josh Fairman (bass/synth) recently shared the new single “Night Moth,” which completes a three-part series of singles that includes the previously releases “Chrysalis” and “Caterpillar.” The group used biology and evolution as overlying themes for inspiration during their writing process. The three tracks will appear on the trio’s upcoming full-length album coming out November 16.  

“Night Moth”:

[via SunSquabi SunSquabi]

Early bird tickets are on sale Thursday Nov. 15th with the passcode ‘Instinct’ and regular on sale is set for Friday Nov. 16th. Purchase tickets here.