The Good Ones
The Good Ones will surprise you, delight you, and break your heart, says The Independent. This one-of-a-kind quartet’s music is embedded in pain, as the band formed as a healing process following the Rwandese genocide (which took founding member Janvier Havugimana’s older brother, also their music teacher). It is also, however, overflowing with hope, as the original trio reunited Rwanda’s three tribes (Tutsi, Hutu, and Abatwa), and served as an active attempt to seek out ‘the good ones’, after having endured unthinkable horrors. Their latest album, 2022’s ‘Rwanda ... you see ghosts, I see sky’, continues their heart-wrenching pursuit.