Groundation is just warming up

Californian-based reggae band Groundation has made a name for themselves with their progressive sound influenced by funk, soul and jazz. Since Goundation was formed 14 years ago the band has dropped seven studio albums, toured four continents and collaborated with Jamaican artists such as Pablo Moses, Don Carlos and the Congos.

Building an Ark is Groundation’s latest set. It was released in Europe on the small French label Soulbeats, while reggae giant VP handled the distribution in the U.S.

I had a chat with lead singer, guitarist and front man Harrison Stafford when the band visited France for a promotion tour. During our interview Harrison Stafford emphasizes the importance of education and explains why 14 years is just the beginning. Check the full article over at United Reggae.

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