Please the Trees | Infinite Dance

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Infinite Dance

by Please the Trees

Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Infinite Dance
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2. Follow the Smoke
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3. Forget About Me
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4. Bandit My Dear
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5. Sing over Bones
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6. Mind & Care
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7. Running Ghost
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8. Cancer
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9. Dive Deep
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Kid Congo Powers
“The darkness never made more bright. Sexy stoners Please The Trees guitar adventure entertwine with vocals from the pit of the stomach the size of a shack. My thoughts are guided into beauty. Love it.”

Slim Cessna (Slim Cessna‘s Auto Club)
„This album is lovely, honest, compassionate, bombastic, dangerous and brutal. Trance inducing repetition. I got lost in my speakers for days. It was my new secret world I didn't want anyone else to know about. Like the first time I heard The Fall, or Swans, or Suicide. It moves like that. But it's really some kind of cosmic glorious psychedelic freak out.”

Miles Seaton (Akron/Family)
“Psychedelic music is often characterized as drugged out and distant.
But this is not the case here. Everything, the music and the message is vivid,
up close, and delivered with conviction.”

Thor Harris (Thor & Friends, ex-SWANS, Angels of Light, Shearwater)
“Please The Trees are masterful psych-rock practitioners.
Their pacing and use of space create haunted, infectious ear drills.
It was an honor to play on this, but they definitely didn't need my help.”

Kenseth Thibideau (Pinback, Sleeping People, Howard Hello)
“I need to say, I was born in the 70's. "Infinite Dance" rattles and resonates deeply to the bone! The raw but thoughtful recording, performance and compositions and style of this record remind me of everything I love about my favorite records. Refreshing and brilliant! Great work.“

John Robb, Louder Than War live review:
''Please The Trees are mind-blowing. Literally. There is something mesmerizing and perfect about this band that roots you to the spot – they look unassuming and sound enormous. They create a sonic hologram of driving tripped out rock that is captivating and enthralling
and pulls you into their world with its repetitive brilliance.
Like the early Flaming Lips, this is the trip. The band are like all the best bits of an LSD trip strung out and rearranged – not that this is messy – it’s tight and shape shifting and stunningly powerful display of the possibilities
of three piece band that never loses the groove.''

Clash.com live review:
“Taking influence from the past-masters of the 60’s, 70’s & 90’s
and turning the volume up, Please The Trees have already toured the UK, Europe, USA and Israel and look set to continue.
Watch out for your eardrums... intense!”

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