Tree Dwellers is a Manchester father and son partnership of whom we can reveal very little but what is openly apparent through the UK duo’s new single Come Up and See, is that they have a sound and presence which just feeds imagination and emotions with enthralling creativity. Brewing up an evocative and vivacious sound from a fusion of electronic spices with rock and funk juices, the band certainly on the evidence of their new release casts a festivity of sound and adventure which entices with organic bait.
Consisting of Mark and Jake Haslam, Tree Dwellers have the intent and vision to stretch and explore the boundaries between funk and electronica, enriching their exploration as shown on the single with exotic rhythms and highly vocal melodic ambiences. The result is a sound and release which takes thoughts on a sultry colourful adventure whilst providing a narration which sways and seduces like an erotic temptress within the captivating instrumental. As well as the single, the band appears on Melted ONE, a compilation featuring a range of artists who are uniting to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support and The Teenage Cancer Trust; all the profits from its sale being donated to both charities.
Guitar and oriental words open up the emerging proposition, their instantly compelling lure soon reinforced by agitated scrubs of guitar and bass before everything falls into the arms of an elegance breeze of synths which with an almost glancing touch is itself infused with funk spawned enterprise from the guitars and bass. It is an intriguing picture with expanding hues but it is the joining of glorious mouthwatering strings with a shadowed almost growling tone to their beauty which ignites the imagination and passions without restraint. They make a gripping expressive attraction to the already enthralling scenery, steering the imagination into another thick evocative venture. With rhythms and a percussive dance which are chilled to their core and a smouldering glaze of melodic flames courting the flight of the colourful tango, the single is a delicious incitement and a piece of music which surely should find a place in the soundtrack of an upcoming World Cup presentation.
As said at the start, there is not much we can unveil about Tree Dwellers but plenty about their single to spark real eager anticipation of their future journeys and bewitchments.
The Melted ONE released Come Up and See is available digitally now on iTunes.
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