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Night of dancing to the funk rhythm of Scary Pockets

Cineteatro Capitólio

Scary Pockets have power, it’s impossible not to dance to their music, their groove is irresistible and the Capitol didn’t resist them, not for a minute.

The Capitólio was assaulted by an irresistible desire to dance to the sound of Scary Pockets, the band from Los Angeles, California, founded by Ryan Lerman and Jack Conte, who transforms themes we all know, and as they say, “We didn’t write the songs, we just make them better”, and from the reaction of the public at the Capitólio, it’s true, they danced, they sang from the first to the last song.

Scary Pockets < 2024.02.10 < Capitólio ©Luís M. Serrão | ineews

They take popular songs, from other genres, with a lot of funk, and they make us believe that the fantastic James Brown created them, from the Bee Gees to Radiohead, they gained new life, and their success accounted for in almost 250 million views have been recorded. lasted for 550 million minutes on YouTube, or 650 million monthly listeners on Spotify.

Scary Pockets < 2024.02.10 < Capitólio ©Luís M. Serrão | ineews

Scary Pockets already has more than 200 collaborators, including stars such as David Ryan Harris, Larry Goldings, John Scofield, Joey Waronker, John Mayer, Darren King, Sean Hurley, James Gadson, Darren Criss, Antwaun Stanley, Judith Hill, Bruno Major, Reeve Carney, Derek Hough, Bill Wurtz, Joey Dosik, Lee Sklar, Joe Bonamassa, Theo Katzman, Rachael Price, Lizzy McAlpine and Joshua Radin.

An unforgettable night with the signature of UGURU.

Scary Pockets < 2024.02.10 < Capitólio ©Luís M. Serrão | ineews

See photos from the Scary Pockets concert at the Capitol here

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