Treetop Flyers New Single

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The wonderful Treetop Flyers have announced details of a brand new 4-track 10" single, which will be released via Communion Records on the 23rd May, and a full UK tour to support the release.

The wonderful Treetop Flyers have announced details of a brand new 4-track 10" single, which will be released via Communion Records on the 23rd May, and a full UK tour to support the release. 

The West London based 5 piece recently wrapped up a tour with Caitlin Rose and will launch their single 'Things Will Change' with a gig at The Borderline on May 23rd ahead of a summer of festival dates including appearances at the Camden Crawl, Hop Farm and Blissfields. They also appear on Communion Presents – The Flowerpot Sessions, recorded in a week at the now defunct London venue and featuring a plethora of rising stars and established acts – all favourites of the label.

Full list of tour dates are as follows: 

MAR  25th,         LONDON, Windmill 
APRIL 11th        LEEDS, Gaslight Club at Oporto 
MAY 1stLONDON, Camden Crawl 
MAY 5thBRISTOL, Communion AT Mr Wolf’s 
MAY 7thLONDON, Bushstock Festival  
MAY 22nd         OXFORD, Wood Festival 
MAY 23rd        LONDON, Borderline 
JULY 1stKENT, Hop Farm Festival 
AUG 27th        WELLINGBOROUGH, Festinho Festival
Released on 10” vinyl, the Communion single features 'Things Will Change' - “a love song, about wanting things to change for the better”; 'Long Cold Winter', a reflection of the typical seasonal British malaise backed with two acoustic recordings 'Rose Is In The Yard' and 'Disappearing Kind' lamenting the passing of “good people and places.”

Treetop Flyers beautifully tangled roots soak up a timeless musical current – one that follows a musical lineage from The Band, Neil Young and Crosby, Stills &  Nash, through to contemporaries Fleet Foxes, My Morning Jacket and Josh T. Pearson.   

Their sepia toned soul’n’roll has been gathering a pace since 2008. The self released To Bury The Past EP picked up early plaudits from The Guardian and and gigs at West London strongholds Bush Hall, Notting Hill Arts Centre and the Blue Flowers club night placed TTF firmly on the radar of London live audiences. 

Published on 23 March 2011 by Ben Robinson

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