Suga Grits – Look At You

“Look At You” is the second single from DC funk, soul & jamband Suga Grits. It is also the band’s first release that features vocals. Dreamy keyboards and soaring vocal harmonies win over the soul in this beautiful piece. This is the kind of song that will lift your spirits when you’re feeling down; the kind of song you would play to cheer up a friend in need. Enjoya FREE STREAM of “Look At You” below, and follow Suga Grits for more groovy tunes!

You can also catch Suga Grits live at any of the following upcoming shows!

Feb 09 – Oddity Bar, Wilmington, DE
Feb 17 – Garden Grove Brewing, Richmond, VA
Feb 23 – The Social Lounge, West Chester, PA
Mar 03 – Mason Inn, Washington, DC
Mar 08 – The 8×10, Baltimore (support for Toubab Krewe)

 

Suga Grits is a power funk and jam project from Washington, DC. Beginning as a trio,consisting of drums, bass and keyboards, the band has now expanded to include horns and a one of a kind vocalist. While the group itself is young, its members each have their own seasoned history in music. From theatre pit crews to weddings to jazz to rock to funk and hip hop, these guys have seen and done it all. As a trio, Suga Grits brought some serious heat to the studio and the stage, creating a sort of tribal vibe within their funk regime. Now, as a five-piece, the group has brought its abilities to new heights. The majestic voice of vocalist Dev Duff will lift your spirits on its own. But with the powerful, succinct drumming of David Suggs, grooving bass of James McCreavy, blaring sax of Dan Janis and creative keys of Turk Gaines behind him, the band is unstoppable. Their live performances are expanding into experimental realms, featuring improvisational mastery, funky solo sections and, most of all, a groove that is untouchable. Due to the longstanding relationship between the core three members, the band’s repertoire is extensive. Turk, James and David have played together for years, including wedding gigs, theatre pit crews, backing a local hip hop artist and more. These experiences allow the band to flawlessly adapt to any environment and bring any crowd to its feet. They have a laundry list of cover tunes at their disposal, as well as their own original music for display.

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