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Incubus' Mike Einziger "wouldn't be surprised" if band collaborated with Solange 

ABC/Randy HolmesDuring a stop in New Orleans on their summer tour, Incubus was joined by Beyonce's sister, acclaimed R&B artist Solange, for a performance of the band's song "Aqueous Transmission." Speaking with ABC Radio, guitarist Mike Einziger says playing with Solange was "amazing," and that future collaborations may be possible.

"I'm a fan of her singing, her voice is incredible, her artistic vision is really beautiful and interesting," Einziger says. "So that was just a lot of fun and really cool."

As it turns out, Solange's Incubus fandom runs deep -- after all, the seven-minute "Aqueous Transmission" isn't exactly a mainstream cut. She also told the band how she had a "crazy experience" at one of their shows when she was a teenager.

"I had those sort of seminal concert experiences myself," Einziger says. "So when Solange is telling us this story about how she had this wild experience coming to one of our concerts, it kinda blows my mind."

Einziger adds that there might be some more Solcubus collaborations in the cards.

"I wouldn't be surprised if we did something together in the future at some point," he says. 

Incubus was scheduled to launch a five-show Las Vegas residency over the weekend, but the run has been postponed to 2018 in the wake of the October 1 mass shooting in that city.

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