LETTUCE Announces New Studio Album ‘Resonate’ Due Out May 8th

As the follow up to their 2019 GRAMMY® Award-nominated album Elevate, genre-defying funk-jazz-soul-hip-hop-psychedelic-jam-rock-experimental music titans LETTUCE have announced their seventh studio album, Resonate, will be coming this spring. Set for release on Friday, May 8th via Round Hill RecordsResonate finds the acclaimed six-piece once again breaking rules, pushing boundaries and uplifting spirits as evidenced with the first single, the funkified “Checker Wrecker” – PRESS HERE to listen. Drawing on a longstanding collective passion for Washington, DC go-go music, Lettuce welcomes scene legends Big Tony Fisher of Trouble Funk and Tyrone “Jungle Boogie” Williams of Rare Essence into their ecosystem on the new song, which features funk guitars and simmering horns dipping in and out of a percussive pocket before the track struts into swaggering chants, “Put some stank on it,” backed by warbling synths and spacey organ. CLICK HERE to watch the lyric video for “Checker Wrecker.

“Go-go music is the style of music that links funk to hip-hop and this song is a tribute to that groove,” the band shares. “Having Tony and Boogie, iconic go-go legends, as features on the track gives it even more of a boost in energy and swagger.” Of the new album, Lettuce adds, “Resonate is a definite continuation of the vibe of Elevate. There’s brand-new tracks on it along with some stuff that we’ve only played live at shows. When listening Resonate, we hope you can feel the groove, be moved to dance and allow it to shine a bright, positive light on any lingering negative vibes. We want the good vibes we have as brothers, a band, and musicians to resonate with those that hear this record and see us live. We’re stoked for all our peeps to hear it!”

Written and recorded during the same Colorado Sound Studio sessions that spawned Elevate, the six-member collective – Adam Deitch (drums, percussion, arrangement), Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff (guitar), Erick “Jesus” Coomes (bass), Ryan Zoidis (alto, baritone, tenor sax, Korg X-911), Eric “Benny” Bloom (trumpet, horns) and Nigel Hall (vocals, Hammond B-3, Rhodes, clavinet, keyboards) – brought Resonate to life alongside iconic producer and engineer Russ Elevado [D’Angelo, The Roots, Erykah Badu]. The 11-track album, available now for pre-order, finds Lettuce feeding the rich history of funk while combining it with jazz chords, psychedelic passages, big horns, strains of soul and go-go, and elements from the instrumental side of hip-hop for an eclectic and often improvisational sound all their own. PRESS HERE to pre-order Resonate.

Last night (February 18th), Lettuce kicked off an extensive 21-date European headlining tour, their largest outing overseas in the band’s nearly three decades together. The road warriors return to the States this spring and summer for a selection of headlining shows and festival appearances, including their 5th annual Jazz Fest After Show RAGE!FEST taking place April 25th at the Orpheum Theater in New Orleans with support from The Motet and Louis Cole Big Band. Catch Lettuce at SweetWater 420 Fest, Summer Camp Music Festival, Camp Greensky, Sonic Bloom Festival and High Sierra Music Festival, among others, and look for their summer headlining tour plans to be revealed soon. See below for full list of upcoming tour dates and visit www.lettucefunk.com for ticketing details.


1. Blaze

2. Good Morning Mr. Shmink


4. Checker Wrecker

5. Silence Is Golden

6. Moksha

7. Mr. Dynamite

8. Remember The Children

9. ‘Lude

10. House of Lett

11. Resonate



February 19                      London, UK @ The Garage

February 20                      Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso Noord

February 21                      Dortmund, Germany @ Musiktheater Piano

February 22                      Brussels, Belguim @ Ancienne Belgique

February 24                      Esch-sur-alzette, Luxembourg @ Rockhal

February 25                      Paris, France @ New Morning

February 27                      Madrid, Spain @ Sala Clamores

February 28                      Barcelona, Spain @ La Nau Locales De Ensayo

February 29                      Arles, France @ Cargo de Nuit

March 1                               Zurich, Switzerland @ Kaufleuten

March 3                               Savona, Italy @ Raindogs House

March 4                               Milano, Italy @ Santeria Toscana 31

March 5                               Rovereto, Italy @ Auditorium Fausto Melotti

March 6                               Wien, Austria @ WUK

March 7                               Frankfurt, Germany @ Nachtleben

March 9                               Berlin, Germany @ Frannz-Club

March 10                            Hamburg, Germany @ Knust

March 11                            København K, Denmark @ Loppen

March 12                            Oslo, Norway @ Cosmopolite Scene

March 13                            Stockholm, Sweden @ Nalen Klubb

North America

April 10                               Estes Park, CO @ The Stanley Hotel

April 11                               Estes Park, CO @ The Stanley Hotel

April 16-18                        Live Oak, FL @ Suwannee Rising

April 19                               Pensacola, FL @ Vinyl Music Hall

April 20                               Memphis, TN @ Minglewood Hall

April 22                               Indianapolis, IN @ The Vogue

April 24                               Atlanta, GA @ SweetWater 420 Fest

April 25                               New Orleans, LA @ RAGE!FEST at The Orpheum Theater

May 22-24                          Chillicothe, IL @ Summer Camp Music Festival

June 4-6                               Oak Hill, WV @ Mountain Music Festival

June 4-6                               Wellston, MI @ Camp Greensky

June 18-21                         Rye, CO @ Sonic Bloom Festival

June 18-21                         Bend, OR @ 4 Peaks Music Festival

July 2-5                                Quincy, CA @ High Sierra Music Fest

RJ Frometa
Author: RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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