Formed in Sardinia in 2004, Train to Roots is now one of the most famous bands on the Italian scene. While looking forward to delivering explosive live shows, they have maintained an unusual mix of styles and languages on all of their five albums, incorporating everything from the nuances of Jamaican music and black music with engaging and funny lyrics in English, Sardinian and English.
The band began their journey with their debut album of the same name. Train To Roots (2005). This was by following Earth and Water (2008) featuring Sargento Garcia and Ranking Joe, which was remixed in 2009 with two bonus tracks, including a collaboration with Errol Bellot. Substance releasing Breathin ‘Faya (2011) and Growing (INRI, 2014), which marked a turning point for the band, a new approach to work and introducing new styles of black music.
The fifth album Home (INRI, 2016), distributed globally by VP Records, with the help of fellow Italians: Clementino, Madh, Levante and Lion D, as well as Spaniards Aspencat & Auxili. It showcases the first 10 years of the band, essentially a roots rock reggae sound but with the occasional nods to the underground electronic revival style choruses.
While British Their maternal roots were apparent Clearly in Their early production, Train To Roots Stand Out For Their use of many contemporary elements Which they incorporated into Their Music, continually growing while nurturing Their roots, with a strong passion for music without limits.