While the world is decaying rapidly, legendary British reggae collective Steel Pulse (still lead by frontman David Hinds) decides to stop that decay.
Their new record Mass Manipulation looks back on the past four decades, where tons of reggae legends specialized in lifting up humanity through their music. Think timeless melodies and catchy lyrics. Mass Manipulation shows it's not too late to tear down the culture of greed and go back to a time of fraternity, comeradery, and unity. On top of that, reviews are praising Steel Pulse and their latest child. NPR: "Steel Pulse is the last great old-school reggae band". The Guardian: "David Hinds' songwriting and Bob Marleyesque vocals have lost none of their plaintively galvanising qualities as he addresses social justice".
41 years after their visit to Antwerp's De Roma, they return to that same stage. Proving reggae lives on!