About The New Tribe
The New Tribe’s unique blend of ”cosmic american” music that manages to sounds both familiar and strikingly new. The band began in the early 90s and quickly developed a cult-like following in central Oklahoma and the region. After a twenty year hiatus, during which the band members followed separate but intertwining musical paths, they decided to revive the New Tribe. Subsequently they recorded and released their “debut” album Step Outside in the spring of 2018. Comprised largely of songs from their 90s catalog, elements of 60s and 70s rock, reggae, jazz, funk, country, soul and psychedelia, all find their way into the mix. Each member of the band writes and sings lead vocals which leads to a variety of tunes, feels and ways to enjoy.
Their live shows are known for the improvisational and spacious way they interpret the songs which can vary widely from night to night but always encourage the audience to dance, move and engage. Their music has been compared to The Beatles, Grateful Dead, Fleet Foxes, The Band, Wilco, Soulhat and The Jayhawks but ultimately it is quite distinctive and unique.
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