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Incubus Goes Green

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We called it! A few months ago, we heard about the possibility of rock group Incubus going green and this month, they finally went for it. Drummer Jose Pasillas says,

“We’ve always been sort of eco-conscious on all our tours, but this is the first time we’re doing it this extensive.”

Biodiesel-fueled tour buses, organic cotton merchandise and 100 percent recycled paper are a few of the steps the band has taken to ensure it stays green.

Sounds like a pretty good start. We’re gonna have to keep tabs on their greening efforts now, especially since they take tour around the world as well.

Cheers for the tip, Linton!

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