The Dead Trees bring you King of Rosa, the follow up to their much loved Fort Music EP this fall

The Dead Trees found a home with Milan Records
King Of Rosa will be released November 25

New Tour dates with Little Joy!

NOV 20- Smith’s Olde Bar- Atlanta, Georgia
NOV 21- Exit/In- Nashville, Tennessee
NOV 22- Duck Room at Blueburry Hill – St. Louis, Missouri
NOV 24- Jackpot Music Hall – Lawrence, Kansas
NOV 26- The Lounge @ Elm Street – Dallas, Texas
NOV 28- Warehouse Live- Houston, Texas
NOV 29- The Parish -Austin, Texas
NOV 30 – Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom 2nd Stage
DEC 02 – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge
DEC 04 – Scottsdale, AZ – Martini Ranch
DEC 05 – San Diego, CA – H.O.B. – 5th Street Side Stage
DEC 06 – Costa Mesa, CA – Detroit Bar
DEC 07 – Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour
DEC 09 – San Francisco, CA – Slim’s
DEC 11 – Seattle, WA – (venue TBA)
DEC 12 – Vancouver, BC – (venue TBA)
DEC 13 – Portland, OR – (venue TBA)
DEC 14 – Eugene, OR – (venue TBA)

When it all started out, Matthew, Noah, Tad and Michael weren’t really a ‘band’ exactly but the fruits this “not band” ended up being the much loved Fort Music EP earlier this year.

Last spring, The Dead Trees self released Fort Music EP was widely supported through the Coalition of Independent Music Stores and landed these friends from Boston to supporting Albert Hammond, Jr. on a national tour. They just about burned down the Metro in Chicago, abandoned a broken down van somewhere in Iowa (which is heavily chronicled in Daytrotter.com) along the way playing shows that LA’s The House Of Blues in LA and Webster Hall in NYC.

Quotes Quotes!
Albert Hammond Jr.:
“The Dead Trees are a band you’ll wish you’d found sooner.”

Stylus:
“Rough and shaggy, semi-stoned, the songs glide on by, casting a bemused eye over typical suburban weirdness. The Dead Trees sound is studied casualness, indie-folk so lackadaisical you can hear it shrug. Think Pavement’s insouciant country without the archness. “

PopRock Candy Mountain:
If you are fortunate enough to have The Dead Trees Fort Music EP, then you are holding one of those legendary “Indie rock” artifacts that surface from time to time…..The Dead Trees, whose sound could be described as “Wall of Sound-power pop,”– reminiscent of The Beatles, Badfinger, Big Star and The Meat Puppets”

Busted Up Bulldozers:
“….garage band Americana with, maybe just a hint of British invasion..”

Boston Music Spotlight:
“The Dead Trees have a lot going for them.”

Williamette Week:
“Many of the band’s tracks sound like the Strokes getting high and tripping out on some serious Americana. Things are restrained, just a bit hazy—but would you want it any other way?”

Portland Mercury:
“The Dead Trees are recent Portland transplants who play charming, groovy rock ‘n’ roll with folksy twists, wordless falsetto backing vocals, and durable melodies. It’s a sound that’s either lost in time or perfectly of the now….”

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