ft. Joanna Teters - “SunDub’s music calls you to movement, dance and smoothly leads you to your melodic world. The mood and atmosphere of reggae sound, swinging the rhythm and beautiful, kind melody.” – Nagamag
“In a world that is frequently heavy and dark, Spirits Eat Music (2022) is a ray of musical sunshine. It is a remedy that requires neither a consultation with a physician nor a prescription. If you’re looking for a musical mood boost, this album will get you off to a good start.” – Glide Magazine
“SunDub’s music calls you to movement, dance and smoothly leads you to your melodic world. The mood and atmosphere of reggae sound, swinging the rhythm and beautiful, kind melody.” – Nagamag
Joanna Teters (lead vocals)
Eric “The General” Toussaint (vocals-keys)
Sidney Mills (Keyboards)
Finn Singer (guitar)
Derrick Bourne (bass)
Ben Teters (vocals-drums)
SunDub is a testament to the power of inclusion, diversity and unity; their music and community rallies around the concept that we are strongest when people of different backgrounds can work together to create positive change. These core values were first showcased on SunDub’s debut album, Burden of Love (2019), which has amassed millions of streams since coming out.
Anchored by a core quintet—Finn Singer (guitar), Derrick Bourne (bass), Eric “The General” Toussaint (vocals-keys) and the brother-sister team of Joanna Teters (lead vocals) and Ben Teters (vocals-drums)—the band is ready to breakthrough to even more fans worldwide with their sophomore album, showcasing the evolution of their sound over the past few years. Joanna Teters’ commanding and soulfully smoky lead vocals blend seamlessly with the air-tight arrangements of the SunDub rhythm section. The result is a stand out expression of reggae’s classic undulating pulse and lush subterranean grooves, reinvented for listeners of all times and genres.
Outside of the studio and off of the stage, the band members that make up SunDub put their talents to work in myriad ways: using their music as a platform to advocate for political movements, teaching music lessons to New York City youth, and collaborating with non-profits to create change, to name a few.
Like so many other bands, SunDub was hit hard by the onset of the pandemic of 2020 — tours canceled, opportunities postponed, income lost. Instead of being discouraged, the band came together on a Brooklyn patio and figured out how to make the most of the situation. During weekly, COVID-safe live stream performances in the summer of 2020, SunDub raised over $1,000 for the NAACP Education and Legal Defense Fund, using their platform to rally their community around the importance of political activism and dismantling unjust racial and societal structures.