EarthKry to share story of 'Survival'
Jamaica's home-grown roots rock reggae band EarthKry, comprising keyboard player Phillip McFarlane, drummer Kieron Cunningham, bass guitarist Kamardo Blake and vocalist/guitarist Aldayne Haughton, are slated to end 2017 as memorably exciting as the year has delivered.
From their acclaimed debut album, Survival, to a fortuitous United States and European tour, EarthKry has remained true to delivering and carrying on the authentic roots and culture of reggae. On December 9, the band will take the stage for the second time at the popular Wickie Wackie Music Festival in St Andrew, to perform from their praised Hard Road EP and their album, Survival.
"It's going to be a nice, compact set. Expect some hardcore, roots, rock, reggae music," McFarlane said.
As a teaser to their fans and reggae music lovers, EarthKry has released a medley of Survival tracks and 2017 tour video clips.
"Survival songs were written from experiences, these are our daily stories. Ours meaning mankind. It's that human thread worldwide that give us endurance to make it through financial hardships, personal struggles, health issues, war crisis, abuse we all survive. From Syria to Chicago, Ukraine to Jamaica, we endure, we survive. We documented our stories while delivering messages of survival through music," EarthKry said.
Much more is in store for the closing of 2017 with the anticipated Tables Turn music video, and several other slated performances.