EarthKry busy this summer
More determined than ever, the members of EarthKry are fervent in carrying authentic roots, rock reggae legacy to the world.
The self-contained band, made up of keyboardist Phillip McFarlane, vocalist/guitarist Aldayne Haughton, drummer Kieron Cunningham and bassist Kamardo Blake Roots, just ended their own successful US tour.
Plus, alongside legendary New Zealand reggae band Katchafire, the band has landed in Europe.
"It was great to tour with Katchafire. we got to make new fans and bond with another band whose viewpoint is similar to ours. We all have the same mission when it comes to reggae. We have a message that stands the test of time," said Haughton.
Both bands graced stages across the US, including in Florida, Texas, Arizona, Ohio, Minnesota, Massachusetts and North Carolina, before heading to Portugal to kick off their European summer 2018 tour.
The band gave Portuguese fans a show to remember by delivering music from their Hard Road EP and their top charting debut album Survival.
It was a maiden performance for the band at the Musa Festival in Portugal, and McFarlane, Cunningham, Haughton and Blake Roots left the crowd wanting more while delivering a lasting musical memory.
The next day, EarthKry travelled to Poland for the Ostroda Reggae Festival, and once again conveyed their message through the vibrations of music, treading in the footsteps of The Wailers, Peter Tosh, Jacob Miller, Black Uhuru and Steel Pulse.
In a statement, the band thanked the audience.
"It was real pleasure performing at Ostarda in Poland! Dream became reality! Big up to the whole Ostrada Reggae Festival team. Respect! We love you!" the statement read.
EarthKry's summer tour continues, as the band's next stop is the Young Town Festival in Italy, followed by shows in Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands, UK and Spain.