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Treetop Flyers Announce Self-Titled Third Album, Share Video For New Track Needle

Thursday, 14 June 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Treetop Flyers will release a new album this summer.

The self-titled LP will arrive on August 24 via Loose and follow up 2016's 'Palomino'. The new record sees Reid Morrison, Laurie Sherman and Sam Beer joined by Rupert Shreeve on drums and saxophonist Geoff Thomas Widdowson.

Discussing recording the album at The Cube in Stoke Newington, singer Morrison said:

“Stripping back the recording process and working within the limitations of our equipment and recording knowledge has created what we believe to be our most true to form record and has breathed new life into our music, which is one of the main reasons we have decide to simply call the album Treetop Flyers as we believe it represents a fresh start for the band.”

Head below to check out a video for new track Needle, along with the record's artwork and tracklist.

'Treetop Flyers' tracklist:

1. Fleadrops
2. Sweet Greens & Blues
3. It’s Hard To Understand
4. Kooky Clothes
5. Needle
6. Astral Plane
7. Warning Bell
8. Art Of Deception
9. I Knew I’d Find You
10. Door 14

The London-based band will play Black Deer Festival on June 24 and Cropredy Festival on August 9, as well as an album launch show at the Lexington in London on August 23. They will also play Long Road Festival on September 8 and support Israel Nash at Scala in London on November 22.

Treetop Flyers Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu August 23 2018 - LONDON Lexington

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