“Jarvis has decided to grow trees for his music, and so with every download of this track, you and TreeSisters will help grow the global forest. With your help, we will plant forest corridors, restore aquafas and protect endangered gorillas, restore mangrove and inland forest, regenerate cloud forest and agricultural lands, and even community jungles, to transform lives and lands around the world. We can ALL do this. We can all use our gifts to restore our world.”
Thus runs the voiceover at the end of The Phoenix Rose‘s video to their brand new single, ‘Planet‘. Frontman Jarvis Smith has been a longterm champion of green ideals and always a forward thinker in terms of tackling environmental issues. So the song, a whopping slice of reggae rock that features Junior Marvin of The Wailers on guitar, will not be lining the pockets of the band. Instead, ‘Planet’, available on Spotify and Itunes, will be focusing 100% of the proceeds from every play and download towards planting trees with partner TreeSisters: women seeding change, so if you want to do your bit, get this playing on repeat!