Minnesota band, Mostly Trees, prepares for the release of their self-titled album featuring 10 singles perfect for all Rock fans everywhere or any one seeking new music to discover!
Each song delivers a different set of beats and range of vocals showcasing what they can do together as a band. Once the album is released, make sure to listen to “Seen It All,” “Lies,” and “Fell Off Of It.”
The second single off of MOSTLY TREES, “22nd and 2,” brings a nostalgic feeling as the band reminisce spending spending time with someone who isn’t in their life anymore. They share their emotions with lyrics like “I wonder if you could feel my pain or touch” and knowing where that person is but not being able to see them with “22nd and 2 is where you are.”
The music video allows each member to show off their musical and instrumental skills. It is all shown in black and white, which helps the video elegantly capture the viewers attention as the camera slides from one memebr to the other. Watch the video below:
If you’re interested in seeing Mostly Trees live in concert, visit them during their album realease mini-tour. Check out the dates:
11/21 – MINNEAPOLIS – HOOK & LADDER – W/ LOONS IN THE ATTIC & LOWERCASE NOISES
11/22 – EAU CLAIRE – THE MOUSETRAP – W/ MINNESOTA NICE & LOWERCASE NOISES
11/23 – CHICAGO – LIAR’S CLUB – W/ LOCAL H & PYLONS
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