Incubus Releases Unplugged Version of ‘Agoraphobia’ from Quarantine


Story by Charles Ken, photo by Anne Erickson

Watch Incubus perform a special, unplugged version of their 2004 song, “Agoraphobia”

Incubus has debuted an unplugged version of the band’s song, “Agoraphobia.” The band recorded the new version while on quarantine during the coronavirus (COVID-19) lock down. Watch the full performance via YouTube below.

Incubus is also using the video to help raise funds for Feeding America, a nationwide network of more than 200 food banks that feed more than 46 million people via food pantries, shelters, soup kitchens and additional agencies in local communities.

“Agoraphobia” fits well with what people are experiencing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, where lock downs are forcing people to self-isolate in their homes. Agoraphobia refers to an anxiety disorder that can make people fear public spaces or leaving their house.

The plugged-in version of “Agoraphobia” originally arrived on Incubus’ 2004 album, “A Crow Left of the Murder…”

In other news, Incubus recently unleashed a new EP called “Trust Fall (Side B)” with five new tracks, as part of their “Trust Fall” EP series. The band’s most recent studio album is 2017’s “8.”

Incubus was slated to embark on a North American tour with 311 and Badflower this summer, but that tour has been pushed to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Charles Ken
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