Snarky Puppy leader/bassist Michael League has announced that he will be dropping his very first solo album, So Many Me, on June 25 via his own GroundUp Music.
Throughout League’s extensive, 17-year career, he has released over a dozen LPs with Snarky Puppy, founded the GroundUp music festival, and worked closely with rock legend David Crosby. (Click here to check out Relix‘s 2019 interview with Crosby and League.)
To get fans excited about So Many Me, League has unveiled the music video for the lead single, “Right Where I Fall.”
He’s previously described his evolved sound as a mix of “1980’s soundscapes” with “Turkish, Moroccan and Kurdish percussion” and “references spanning from Tears for Fears to Talking Heads.”
Watch the “Right Where I Fall” video below:
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