Over Labor Day Weekend, Aqueous joined forces with Umphrey’s McGee for a string of shows across the Midwest. After a performance at Crossroads KC in Kansas City, Missouri, the two jam acts took to St. Louis for a two-night stand at The Pageant. Aqueous has become a rising star in the jam scene, specifically because of the group’s ability to extend their jams across songs while still remaining tight. During their Labor Day Weekend run, this talent for improvisation was front and center, with the group’s opening sets in St. Louis each containing three songs that were stretched to the limit.Today, Aqueous has released a pro-shot video of their set opener, “Complex, Pt. 1”, from the last night of their run on September 2nd. Following this number, the group played “Weight Of The World”, which they jammed through to “Willy Is 40.” You can check out the thirteen-minute-long pro-shot video of “Complex, Pt. 1” below, courtesy of TourGigs. Also, keep an eye out as Aqueous may release their full set from September 2nd sometime this week on the group’s Facebook page.