Perth’s Treehouses release new single, Old Friends, set to play WAMFest on Friday 2 November.
Treehouses are a four-piece indie-rock band made up of Ethan Reed, Fiz Eustance, James Knox
and Tim Mead. Now based across Perth, Melbourne and Brisbane, Treehouses makes music that
both breaks your heart and patches it back up again. Lush female/male harmonies sit amongst a
collage of spoken word, romantic synth swells and guitar lines that emerge with a sound
somewhere in between The National and Daughter.
Since emerging as a two-piece in 2013, the band has grown from a DIY emo duo into an
unstoppable genre-crossing project, with two new members in 2017 (Fiz and James) bringing the
band into a fully realised sound. This year alone Treehouses have completed two successful
interstate tours, played an arresting set at RTR’s In The Pines, been nominated for a WAM Song
Of The Year (in the ‘Rock’ category) and had their track Roses played multiple times on Triple J to
Now, the band is thrilled to release Old Friends, a track that is unforgettable in its striking vocals
and relentless build. Telling of the excited delirium of burgeoning relationships, OLD FRIENDS
untangles our beautiful but complicated feelings, rising powerfully and rousing us to feel
everything, as Treehouses’ music often does.
Coinciding with this release, the band are set to play a Friday night slot at WAMfest on 2 November.
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