GINGSU is a burgeoning alt-rock juggernaut hailing from the unsuspecting shores of Long Beach, CA. Blending elements of progressive rock, funk, indie, and grunge, their originals are both poetic and primal. Formed in the summer of 2020, the group is comprised of vocalist Quin Seely, guitarist James Packes, drummer Caleb Paust, and bassist Michael Aripez. They released their highly diverse debut EP in September 2021, which initially helped them to cultivate a dedicated underground following across Southern California. Their songs have received both college and commercial radio airplay spanning San Diego all the way to Boston, and they earned a spot on the “Let Us Live” festival in 2021 after amassing nearly a thousand fan votes. This led to subsequent performances at legendary venues like SOMA, Music Box, and House of Blues Anaheim. The band expanded into Northern California and Arizona in spring of 2022 while on their first "Circling the Drain" tour, and the release of their bold and punishing debut album, "Rattaca", further cemented their heavyweight status in the West Coast underground rock scene. As of 2023, their music has been used in independent films, including shorts and performance skate videos. The boys took on the Big Apple for the first time this October to test out their newest material, and are currently preparing to release their most ambitious numbers yet. Suffice it to say, there is no let up in sight.