Treetop Flyers' Debut Album Out Now!

Monday, 29th April 2013

Here it is folks, Treetop Flyers' debut album 'The Mountain Moves' is finally here, available now in all your favourite formats - DL, CD, LP. Let us use this space to remind you of a few of the nice things that people have been saying about it so far :-Treetop Flyers - The Mountain Moves

"(Treetop Flyers) share with Midlake custody of a brood of Buckingham/Nicks-era Fleetwood Mac licks, likewise the Mac's mood of unrequited yearning. More, please." ★★★★ - Q

"…effortlessly captures the spirit of late-1960s west coast pop-rock: the Byrds and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. British influences can be heard: there are hints of the Faces' or the Rolling Stones' swagger in Laurie Sherman's classic-rock guitar licks, and sublime opener Things Will Change dips into 1980s winsome indie" ★★★★ - The Guardian

"Debut album 'The Mountain Moves' is chock full of lush harmonies, warm arrangements and billowing acoustic guitars as fresh as a breeze looming in from San Francisco harbour" - 8/10 Clash

"Sounding fresh, vibrant and full of great innovative ideas" 8/10 - Americana UK

"A luscious form of Americana with big arrangements, acoustic guitars aplenty and great vocal harmonies" - Glasswerk

"It’s slimmed down harmonies and detailed instrumentation makes this a sweet, relaxing pleasure" - Penny Black Music

"From start to finish this album is a masterpiece. It is like a well-oiled machine, it works perfectly and flows effortlessly" - Music News

"An album that oozes quality, demands repeated listens, and almost certainly signals the emergence of a major new talent" ★★★★★ - Get Ready To Rock

"marks a somewhat welcome return to the classic side of folk-rock."  7/10 - This Is Fake DIY

"This is a really strong debut that in channelling the greats becomes great in its own way too." ★★★★ - IndieLondon