Listen to You, Darling You, the sophomore album’s opening number, and it’s clear that the London quintet Treetop Flyers (Ned Crowther now replacing Matthew Starritt on bass) are firmly influenced by the sounds of the west coast 60s, most especially CS&N (with and without Y), not just in the music but in the way downbeat themes are. often enrobed in uplifting melodies. And, after two years that have seen the death of parents and marriages (that opening track) and other upheavals, the album isn’t short of sober reflection
Treetop Flyers decided to take a step back, following a period of immense upheaval in their personal and musical lives. But the band still fought on. As Reid Morrison puts it: "We'd been through a lot individually and collectively. New album 'Palomino' is the result. The product of a band whose fluidity is their main strength, it finds Treetop Flyers blending folk influences, that Laurel Canyon sound, with some of their most visceral songwriting to date. Out on March 11th, you can check out 'Palomino' below. You Darling You We knew this was going to be good while writing it. Tomer had a song idea that we started jamming on, but we soon realised that the bridge section sounded the most powerful part in many ways, so we decided to write a song around that. As we were jamming, I started singing the line: ‘Better you’ll never find me in the mirror’ which was an angry stab at a love in vain.
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Treetop Flyers are an English folk rock band based in London, England. They won the Glastonbury Festival Emerging Talent Competition 2011. and released their debut album The Mountain Moves on Loose on 29 April 2013 and on Partisan Records in the US on 25 June 2013. The Mountain Moves (2013). Treetop Flyers (2018). To Bury The Past" (2009). It's About Time" (2011). Label artist page - Loose Music.
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