London based, Vedic-afro-futurist collective Krsnafari have dropped their debut EP ‘The Last of Us’ including an incredibly cinematic visual filmed in Morocco. Utilising the energy and coinciding the release with Earth Day, Krsnafari are a group of young creatives who’s intention is to push positivity and transformation through all mediums of art.
The trio, made up of Nitaiji, Jahraswati and Satnav joined forces when they realised they all had a shared vision of healing through the power of sound, believing that music can heal wounds that medicines can not and thus, ‘The Last of Us’ was born.
A genre fluid EP at its finest and an epic arrival on to the scene, showcasing the groups pure inherent talent and incredible motivation. Including essences from hip-hop, tech, drill, RnB and reggae, their creativity knows no bounds as they explore, navigate and flow through multiple musicalities. Channeling a clear mission to spread healing through their music, they incorporate ancient, spiritual mantras into their lyrics to truly harness the medicinal effects on the mind, body and soul.
An exciting and intriguing collective to enter the industry, creating music with a message at perhaps a time we need it most. Keep an eye on Krsnfarai and the movement they are building.
Be the first to watch the cinematic visual for ‘The Last of Us’ here:
“Our mission is to use ancient mantras in music. Mantras are phrases & teachings that when repeated have lasting positive effects on the body and mind. This is what the industry needs, quality message music.
The Last of us EP is calling to all those that want to make a difference. The world is changing very rapidly and to accommodate for this new age we have to be prepared. Music is a powerful tool to reach people’s hearts and it can heal the wounds that medicine cannot. We hope that this EP will be able to show people that we can’t sit back and let our inner demons win, we have the power to be the best we can be. Purity is the force.” – Krsnfarai
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