From their origins as a jam/party band in Indiana, The Main Squeeze, has been weaving the veins of Rock, Funk, Blues, and R&B into modern song stylings. Now LA-based and with three albums under their belt (last one being 2017’s Without A Sound), festival appearances from KABOO to Bonnaroo, and features from Billboard and Rolling Stone, they are on the verge of turning over a new sonic leaf this fall.

The Main Squeeze will be releasing their forthcoming single “It Ain’t Me” on October 5th. This marks the start of something new and fresh for the Indiana-to-Chicago-to-Los Angeles transplants. The new single plays up the modern dance-pop vibes of Bruno Mars and Charlie Puth - while channeling the swag, grit and soulful sounds of 70s bands like The Rolling Stones and Sly and the Family Stone. Produced by MARØ (whose credits include Lindsey Stirling and LostBoyCrow), “It Ain’t Me” is a heartfelt soul song that turns into a tongue in cheek, self aware anthem for anyone who’s ever felt claustrophobic in a relationship.

With a rich touring history including opening slots for The Roots, Jane’s Addiction, D.R.A.M., Mac Miller, Aloe Blacc, and Umphrey’s McGee, The Main Squeeze are launching into a new musical orbit with plans for a fourth LP in 2019. Pre- save the new single, “It Ain’t Me” now on your favorite streaming site:





jon bell ( new frontier touring)