A celebrated, international touring act for over four years, Perpetual Groove has built a reputation on intense, emotional music that fans call trance arena rock, and won over legions of fans with their experimentations in live 5.1 concert surround sound, an intense retina blinding light show, and a willingness to keep the connection strong between band and fans. The Athens, GA-based bands riveting live performances have catapulted them into the must-see category of live rock bands.
Perpetual Groove has spent the last ten years expanding their loyal audience and musical theatrics to international, critical acclaim. The quartet has continued to evolve their genre-bending, highly organized sound with their musical collection touching on elements of jazz, indie-rock, R&B, progressive rock, trance, and anthemic arena rock. They also have an eclectic and surprising list of covers ranging from Paul Simon to Rage Against the Machine. Their live performances are only enhanced by their polished, intelligent light show. With their vast catalog of both original songs, as well as covers, each live show is truly a unique experience, having never played the same set twice.
Strong lyrical content is backed by enticing guitar riffs, harmonizing melodies, pounding synthesizers, and unstoppable drum beats. With four albums under their belt (Sweet Oblivious Antidote; All this Everything; Live, Love, Die; and Heal) PGroove continues to experiment and push the envelope in regards to their unique sound. PGroove's live shows are not one to be missed. Whether they are playing to 20,000 fans such as they did during their Bonnaroo set or in more intimate settings such as their own festival, Amberland, Perpetual Groove continues to bridge the gap between fans and musicians. Camaraderie and a real sense of community amongst the fans is truly what makes PGroove stand out above the rest.
Pgroove continues to tour relentlessly throughout the United States and is a staple in the US festival scene with performances at All Good Music Festival, Gathering of the Vibes, Wakarusa, Bonnaroo, Jam Cruise, High Sierra, Jazz Fest, Riverbend and their own annual gathering, Amberland. The band has also made appearances at International events such as Jam in the Dam, Caribbean Holidaze and a sold out Japan tour. Perpetual Groove continues to push the envelope in the music industry, touring behind the first ever 5.1 surround sound system and producing the first album to be completely offset by renewable energy credits.