Formed in 1998, TrinityRoots established themselves as a leading act in the New Zealand music scene. The band produced a contemporary sound with roots in the guitar/vocal melody and harmony of reggae, a rock-steady groove and the improvisation of jazz-schooled talented.
New Zealand singer Hollie Smith sang and toured with TrinityRoots from 2003 onwards; she appears on their 2004 album Home, Land and Sea.
The band played their final concert at the Wellington (NZ) Town Hall in February 2005 in a sellout concert to raise relief funds for the Boxing Day Tsunami.
Core singer and songwriter Warren Maxwell has started a new band Little Bushman and is also saxophonist in Fat Freddy’s Drop.