The Human Rights
High energy, real-deal, modern roots, reggae music
Toronto’s finest reggae act is hitting a Winnipeg stage for the first time in four years this weekend. The Human Rights, a group with a deep roots (no pun intended) in Canada’s reggae scene, are playing the West End Cultural Centre on Aug. 21 as part of their #ReggaeForRefugees tour. We talked to frontman Friendlyness (who you may also know from groups like Big Sugar… and if you go back far enough, Culture Shock) about the tour, the group’s lineup changes – including the addition of vocalist Treson as a full-fledged member – their brand new record and more!