Undecided Future is a funk-driven pop band from Southern California, with underlying elements of funk, hip-hop and R&B that are brilliantly executed.
Their unique sound and style earned them a position on Ryan Seacrest’s new YouTube Original, Best.Cover.Ever., where they were given the opportunity to perform with Jason Derulo.
Three of their most recent singles, “Moments”, “Condensation” and “Look Up” have a rhythm section with a deep pocket, with heir latest single “Condensation” being is a tribute to classic slow jams mixed with a new era vibe.
The band’s front-man Matt Isaac is known for his falsetto vocal acrobatics, while their bass player Chris Trimmer was originally a guitarist, but turned bass man when the band needed him. The rest of the band is made up of Cole Fredrick on guitars, Nick Stone on keys and Matisse Pasillas on drums.
Over the years, the band say they have found themselves musically and spiritually through an eclectic mix of [op
sounds with undertones of funk and R&B. They then went on to add a sprinkle of jazz and hip-hop influences to their music.
According to the band, “We usually bring our own beats and lyrics into the recording studio where we collaborate and make it ‘saucy as honey, almond milk on a stick’. But seriously, we are perfectionists. We all hear things that we want to make better, so we will work until we get it done and everyone is happy. We rarely leave anything unfinished or in a way that someone doesn’t like their part“.
Watch the video for “Condensation” here: