Treetop Flyers have shared ‘31 Years‘ from their new album ‘Palomino’, out on February 26th.
The LP will tell the story of a band emerging from loss, both literally and figuratively, after their debut album ‘The Mountain Moves’.
“We’d been through a lot individually and collectively,” says singer Reid Morrison. “Coming together to make this record was very therapeutic for us, in a sense. It brought us closer and allowed us to let go of a lot of the bullshit that we’d had to endure and negotiate in the past.”
The band retreated to their own Soup Studios in London, largely self-producing tracks as drummer Tomer Danan adds:
“It was important for us to free ourselves from some of the ideas we had about ourselves and maybe a bit of what people seemed to think about us from an outside perspective, which was largely based on one song, letting in more of our influences from 70’s Nigerian psych rock/pop to jazz and a whole lot in between.”