Treetop Flyers release 31 Years video

Treetop Flyers have released a video for their track 31 Years.

It features on the London outfit’s second album Palomino. The follow-up to their 2013 debut The Mountain Moves will launch on March 11.

The record is said to have been inspired by “the grief for lost parents, broken marriages, the near-death of a close friend, the departure of long-time bassist Matthew Starritt and the loss of numerous behind-the-scenes personnel.”

Vocalist and guitarist Reid Morrison adds: “Coming together to make this record was very therapeutic for us, in a sense. It brought us closer and allowed us to let go of a lot of the bullshit that we’d had to endure and negotiate in the past.”

Palomino is available for pre-order.

Treetop Flyers Palomino tracklist

  1. You, Darling You
  2. Sleepless Nights
  3. Lady Luck
  4. It’s A Shame
  5. Dance Through The Night
  6. St Andrew’s Cross
  7. Falling Back
  8. Fairytales & Lullabies
  9. 31 Years
  10. Never Been As Hard
  11. Wild Winds
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