The Main Squeeze Debuts Funky 'Angelus' Video (Exclusive)
The Main Squeeze has only been a band for five years but the funk runs deep in their DNA. Just feast your ears on tracks like "Dr. Funk" and "Make A Move." Now, the five piece jam band -- comprised of Ben “Smiley” Silverstein (keys), Max Newman (guitar), Reuben Gingrich (drums), Jeremiah Hunt (bass) and frontman Corey Frye (vocals) -- is premiering the groovy visual for "Angelus" exclusively on Billboard.
In "Angelus," the Chicago-based group lets loose on a roller rink, singing about a special lady, "She ain't no angel / But tonight she, she might be new religion."
Fusing soul with rock 'n' roll and funk, The Main Squeeze has already shared the stage with the likes of The Roots, Aloe Blacc and Trombone Shorty. They also received a co-sign from esteemed producer, Randy Jackson, who lent his talents to their September 2015 release Mind Your Head.
Get more familiar with The Main Squeeze and dare you not to two-step to their visual below.