Listen: SOJA’s “Moving Stones” from Poetry in Motion LP on ATO Records


SOJA, the eight-piece reggae supergroup, have unveiled their forthcoming album Poetry in Motion will be out October 27th on ATO Records.

The band’s new album hears the group going back to their roots – pulling everything from Latin music, DC Hardcore, go-go, rock and hip-hop into their signature reggae sound. Recorded in Dave Matthews’ studio in Charlottesville, near where the band got their start, the new music digs deeper than ever into their message of finding peace amidst our turbulent times. Timely lead single “Bad News” has already racked up over 1.3 million Spotify plays since its release.

Upcoming SOJA Tour Dates:
Oct 26 – Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY
Nov 1 – Espaco Das Americas – Sao Paulo, Brasil
Nov 3 – Fundicao Progresso – Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Nov 4 – Music Park – Balneario Camboriu, Brasil
Nov 5 – Live Hall-Curitiba – Curitiba, Brasil
Nov 8 – Pepsi On State – Porto Alegre, Brasil
Nov 11 – Personal Festival – Buenos Aires, Argentina
Dec 9 – Festival Catrina – Cholula, Mexico
Dec 12 – El Plaza Condesa – Mexico City, Mexico
Dec 13 – Closer To The Sun Festival – Ecatepec De Morelos, Mexico
Dec 29 – Anthem – Washington, DC
Mar 1 – The Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, NY
Mar 2 – State Theatre – Portland, ME
Mar 3 – The Strand – Providence, RI
Mar 4 – Higher Ground Ballroom – South Burlington, VT
Mar 6 – College Street Music Hall – New Haven, CT
Mar 8 – L’Astral – Montreal, Quebec
Mar 9 – The Mod Club – Toronto, Ontario
Mar 10 – St. Andrew’s Hall – Detroit, MI
Mar 11 – House of Blues – Cleveland, OH
Mar 14-15 – Music Farm – Charleston, SC
Mar 16 – The Orange Peel – Asheville, NC

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