Officially formed in Toronto in 2008, The Human Rights have earned a reputation for being one of Canada's best Reggae bands, with "tight" being the word used to describe their sound and performances. Specializing in original, high energy, modern roots Reggae, the band features Friendlyness (Culture Shock, Big Sugar) and Tréson on lead vocals, a blazing 3 piece horn section, 2 stellar guitar players, a solid drum and bass duo and legendary Reggae keyboardist Bernie Pitters (Toots and the Maytals, Hit Squad, Leroy Brown, Sly&Robbie)
Since the release of their debut cd 'One Thing' in 2010, The Human Rights have been busy touring, performing and releasing the singles for 'Right Now', 'Take A Stance'.
'The Trailer Park Boys Theme Song' (which is featured in the movie TPB3 Don't Legalize It') and 'Old School Track' which spent a record number of 44 weeks on the listener-voted Rebel Vibez Radio Program's Top Ten Chart!
2015 brings with it fresh new tracks from their upcoming album set for release in the new year. Recorded at Phase One studios in Toronto and produced by Gordie Johnson of Big Sugar, look out for the new singles, ‘Lionheart,' ‘Moments,' and 'Natty Rebel' on iTunes and on video this summer.