Errol Starr & Tribz Take You To Paradise With New Album

The Juno-winning singer & co. share a single from their new self-titled debut album.

Errol Starr & Tribz deliver a little slice of Paradise to you on their new self-titled debut album — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

The first full-length release from the band since their 2021 formation, Tribz offers an immersive experience that masterfully blends R&B, blues, reggae, pop and rock. This unique fusion of genres promises to captivate both fans and new listeners, offering a diverse sound that has something for every audience.

The single Paradise was written by the group’s guitarist, Earl Johnson. The reggae feel of the record is the perfect accompaniment to lyrics that paint a picture of paradise in Bermuda, where he spent his honeymoon:

“Girl, it’s just you and I
Walking hand in hand
Sunny skies above and
Footprints in the sand
Where we fell in Love
On this Island Beach
Making Love till night
To the sounds of the sea.”

Johnson says, “I’m sure many couples can relate to the lyrics about trying to go back and recapture a past love or romance and try it once again.”

The creation of this virtual album is a testament to the incredible collaborative process between Starr and Tribz. Their shared vision and dedication to producing unique and innovative music shines through on every track as they effortlessly sail through different genres of music. This project exemplifies their commitment to pushing the limits of what is possible in music, blending artistry with passion to create something extraordinary.

Starr and Tribz came together when Johnson reached out to Juno winner Starr to add his vocal styling to the group. An adopted member of the ASMIN Metis, Starr delivers on every track with his bluesy, reggae-inspired vocals. Johnson is a member of the Six Nations Tuscarora tribe and has shared the stage with AC/DC, Boston and Black Sabbath. Dave Davidson keeps the beat in the percussion section. He has roots in rock, funk, and blues and has traveled the world with the Keltic rock band The American Rogues. Rounding out the group is bassist Donny Hill. He’s a member of the Six Nations Mohawk tribe and has shared the stage with Big Sugar and Blue Rodeo.

Watch the video for Paradise above, listen to Tribz below, and join Errol Starr and Tribz on their website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.