by The Human Rights

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The well-loved Toronto reggae band The Human Rights have spent all summer recording their new album at Phase One Studios in Toronto. Produced by Gordie Johnson of Big Sugar, the new LP will showcase the band in its purest form. No fancy overproduction here, just the pure organic sounds of bass, brass and a real Hammond B3 organ caught on two-inch tape at one of Toronto’s finest studios. The first single off the album is a perfect testament to it’s sound. “LION HEART” is an original Human Rights composition with pulsing drums, jazzy horns and twisting bass lines seasoned with Friendly’s uplifting lyrics and Treson’s soulful back ups.


released March 31, 2015
Written by The Human Rights
Produced by Gordie Johnson



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The Human Rights Toronto, Ontario

The Human Rights (formally Friendlyness and the Human Rights) have spent 6 years honing their unique style of uplifting, ultraheavy, new roots reggae music. After two Canadian tours, CBC recording sessions, and opening slots for reggae legends Gregory Isaacs, John Holt and Beres Hammond, the ten piece band has just recruited Treson and is gearing up to release their new single "Old School Track." ... more

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