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Trinity Roots


Wed 6 Jan 2021, 6:00pm

Where: The Coroglen Tavern, 1937 State Highway 25, Coroglen, The Coromandel

Restrictions: R18

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Summer 2021 will see Aotearoa's finest indigenous reggae and slow burning funk group TRINITY ROOTS taking to the stage as an extended line up – consisting of a compact horn section, percussion, and addition-al vocalists. Joined on all three shows by very special guest TINY RUINS.

Their vision is to take their well-loved and long cherished songs, intimate vocal harmonies, hypnotic grooves and dramatic moments that have become synonymous with the Trinity Roots ‘sound’ over the last two decades and flesh them out into a panoramic musical experience.

These shows will be the first time the group have taken to the stage in over a year. This is your chance to see Trinity Roots like never before, with new arrangements and an extended band in a consciously curated performance.

While the global pandemic forced most of us to slow down, it also gave space to take stock of what really matters in life. This process got the band thinking about the qualities that sit at the core of their music and how they might translate their values through it. There’s a potent metaphor to consider here – the focus on harmony and dynamics could be analogous with events that have occurred globally.

The band believes when there is a sense of social cohesion great things are achieved and felt. At the same time, Trinity Roots’ music has always been about the journey. Whether it’s a 20 min sojourn a la ‘Sense & Cents’, the heartfelt rallying call of ‘Home, Land & Sea’, or ‘Beautiful People’s’ gentle reflections on hu-man potential – the objective is always to take the audience on a journey and return home, sated.

By honing in on their core qualities with support from an extended live band, Trinity Roots intend to present a reflective and inclusive experience to momentarily wrap a musical ‘korowai’ around us all, and continue to resonate long after the last lyric is sung.

“We hope to bring this new energy to audiences around the country and have shaped a new stage show to reflect these experiences and realisations.” - TRINITY ROOTS

Nau te rourou
Naku te rourou
Ka ora o taatou manuhiri’

With your food basket
And my food basket
Our guest’s will feast!

Warren Maxwell – Vocals / keys / guitars
Rio Hunuki-Hemopo – Bass Guitars / Vocals
Ben Lemi – Drums / Vocals

Lisa Tomlins - Vocals (Lord Echo, Shapeshifter. Lisa features on Trinity's last album Citizen)
Deanne Krieg - Vocals (Dawn Diver, Ida Lune)
Louisa Williamson - Saxophones (LAB (session player, arranger))
Eilish Wilson - Saxophones (Raw Collective)
Kaito Walley - Trombone (Tunes of I)
Leonardo Coghini - Keys & Synths (Deva Mahal live band)