That's a wrap for 2018! An annual recap of our world tour, album launch & more
That's a wrap for 2018!
It was exactly 4 years ago after the 4th IPCC report, we were motivated to do what we could, so as a music producer and a project producer, we began recording songs with indigenous musicians across the Pacific and Indian Oceans, those have lived on the islands for the longest, those who sing for the seas. Over thousands of years, songs have played an vital role of storytelling and passing down knowledge through generations. True sustaining change is culturally driven, as artists we can shift societies narrative, we have a duty to. With support, we recorded and filmed with 33 featured musicians/groups across 16 island nations of the Pacific & Indian Oceans, where 400 million people share a little known common seafaring ancestry.
We love one of the reviews we received recently, “..like one very big, very happy family doing what they do best while helping get the word out on a most serious issue.” written by Tom Orr on RootsWorld USA.
On our trip we met an extraordinary group of real world superheroes who we are humbled to work with, we know we have a long and exciting journey ahead.
Our album was pre-released on the 3rd of July (our wedding day!) and then worldwide in Sep' 2018.
It's a Fair Trade Music Release with 50% of net profit going back to the artists & NGOs.
All physical albums are packaged in a specially designed hand made paper envelope made from Tapa bark and sugar cane fiber (No single use plastic) and come with a 56-page full color booklet, a CD of 18 interwoven songs and (wait for it there's more) a gift from the Pacific (for your oral hygiene).
10 "Best Albums 2018" by Songlines UK, the Rolling Stone for world music!
"Utterly Wonderful" by Stuart Derdeyn Vancouver Sun CANADA
"most heartfelt and evocative sounds imaginable.” by Tom Orr RootsWorld USA
"Simply brilliant!" 5-star by Seth Jordan Songlines UK
2018 WORLD TOUR
4 continents traveled!!
12 countries / 20 cities
14 musicians & 3 dancers from 8 island nations hit the road with us!
Ben Hakalitz - Haku /Papua New Guinea
Alena Murang - Kelabit /Borneo
Ado - Pangcah, SiaoChun Tai - Paiwan, Piteyo Ukah - Truku / Taiwan indigenous
Will Kepa, Mau Power - Torres Strait islander /Australia
Horomona Horo, Jerome Kavanagh - Maori /Aoteroa
Charles Maimarosia - Are'Are /Solomon Island
Yoyo Tuki - Rapa Nui /Easter Island
Sammy Samoela - Merina /Madagascar
100,000+ audiences reached