Headed to the beach this summer? Whether it’s on the East, West, or Gulf Coast, Slightly Stoopid is the perfect band for your trip. They are eclectic – mixing reggae, rock, hip hop, jazz all into a spiritual bath of positive party energy.
Slightly Stoopid is a sub culture of every day people, looking to have a great time.
30A Radio caught up with drummer Ryan “Rymo” Moran before they embarked on their “School’s Out for the Summer” nationwide tour to talk surfing, why their fans are similar to those of Widespread Panic and The Grateful Dead, and to reflect on several of their huge hits including the new album “Everyday Life, Everyday People” releasing this summer.
We feel it will be one of your new favorite summer albums. Let’s get this party started.
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You can catch Slightly Stoopid on their summer tour, or hit beach with them November 30th at their Closer to the Sun music festival in Riviera Maya, Mexico, with Michael Franti, UB40, and many more.
You can find Slightly Stoopid’s songs on Spotify and iTunes, and we also play it on 30Aradio.com. Click here to listen to 30A Radio live now!
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