Singer-songwriter Lyle Divinsky (The Motet) and drummer Isaac Teel (TAUK) have released a new acoustic take on “Disaster”, a tune off of his Divinsky’s 2015 solo album Uneven Floors. Recorded during a Sugarshack Session at Denver, CO’s Invisible City, the video is the first of five to be released from Divinisky’s “unplugged” sessions.
Divinsky and Teel are both Denver residents and are no strangers to collaborating with each other in different capacities. Along with touring the country and beyond with The Motet as the band’s lead vocalist, Divinsky regularly partakes in all-star superjams in addition to intimate solo performances. Outside of holding down the drum duties with TAUK, Teel dropped his own solo album, Gentlemen’s Day, back in 2017 using his first and middle name, Isaac Sinclair (which he uses on the new collaboration with Divinsky). The album saw Isaac mix his Gospel roots with R&B, blues, Afro-Cuban beats, and more into his own style of urban soul.
Watch video of Lyle Divinsky’s first Sugarshack Session featuring Isaac Teel below:
Lyle Divinsky ft. Issac Teel – “Disaster” [Live Acoustic]
[Video: Sugarshack Sessions]
Fans can head to Lyle Divinsky’s website for a full list of his upcoming tour dates, ticketing, and more information. For a full list of Isaac Teel’s upcoming gigs and more information, head to his website.
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