After covering Pink Floyd’s iconic “Time / The Great Gig in the Sky” earlier this month, The Main Squeeze is back with a new performance video, this time for their original song “Blow My Mind.”
The groovy tune appears on the LA-based funk band’s new full-length album 12345, which was released in July. The video, shot in one smooth, continuous take, shows the band rocking out in a living room with a view of sprawling LA. Their charismatic vocalist Corey Frye sings with soul while guitarist Max Newman, who opens the track with an energetic riff, puts his pizzazz on display, jumping around and bopping his head enthusiastically.
The Main Squeeze went on a covering spree this summer, providing us with renditions of songs like “Layla” by Derek and the Dominos, The Beatles’ “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”, and “Love’s in Need of Love Today” by Stevie Wonder.
Check out their video of “Blow My Mind” below!