photo by Miki Marcinkiewicz

photo by Miki Marcinkiewicz

photo by Miki Marcinkiewicz

photo by Miki Marcinkiewicz

Brooklyn's THE FAR EAST appeared in 2013 with their single "Youthman" immediately gaining recognition and airplay from BBC Radio's David Rodigan.

The Far East pull inspiration from foundation rhythm and a youth spent in Punk Rock; bringing new, heavy magic to an old sound. Disillusioned with modern life and digital noise, The Far East immerse themselves completely in the often forgotten beauty of Rocksteady, Roots, and classic Dancehall. 

In the fall of 2016, The Far East set out on a month long, national tour supporting veteran 2Tone legends The Specials and played to sold out crowds across the US (including Riot Fest Chicago).

In honor of their 2016 tour the group released a second single entitled Can We Make It Up featuring veteran reggae guitarist Andy Bassford and produced by the talented New York production house Channel Tubes.

In past performances they have supported other iconic groups such as The Wailers, the Slackers, The Dap Kings, The Frightnrs, and The Skints.  The group plans to tour again in the summer of 2017 supporting The Specials and promising a highly anticipated new release.