Five-piece funk outfit The Main Squeeze will continue their Squeeze House livestream October 11th with a front-to-back performance of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon.

Since kicking off their Squeeze House livestream series in April, The Main Squeeze has been treating fans to their monthly two-hour performances to give a dose of funk to fans at home. Known for their infectious-grooves and soulful funk beats, the quintet has been able to explore a deeper song catalog and transition from their own originals to a wider range of cover explorations throughout their time in quarantine, including Derek and the Dominos“Layla”, and Rage Against The Machine‘s “Bulls On Parade”.

To bring the community of fans together while at home, fans vote on song brackets to determine what covers the band plays during their streams. Having just completed their Squeeze House 3 livestream in July, the band will play the fourth livestream this Sunday, October 11th at 8 p.m. ET. Fans voted over three weeks in September and determined Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon as the cover album most deserving for a Main Squeeze funk rundown for the first set, followed by a second set of original material. Special guests Shira Elias (Turkuaz) and Kris Royal will be sitting in throughout Sunday’s stream.

To stream this Sunday’s Squeeze House 4 on YouTube, click here. For more information, visit the band’s website.

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