The band makes its contribution to climate change.
Massive Attack has made the decision to make its European tour traveling by train in order to reduce the impact of the emission of gases into the atmosphere during their transfers.
“As musicians, we have had a high carbon footprint lifestyle. But as a society, we have all lived in a fossil fuel economy for a long time and we had very few options in that,” said Robert del Naja, aka 3D, a member of Massive Attack on BBC Radio’s ‘Today’ show.
With this decision, the band seeks to raise awareness among its followers about the actions that can be taken from individuality and collectivity against climate change.