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    And Also The Trees new album is called Born into the waves and was released March 18th, 2016.

    The releases before had been Hunter not the Hunted (2012), Drifitwood (2011) and When The Rains Come (2009).

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  May 18, 2004

    » `The spies and the snails´ in Athens

    » The spies and the snails «

    A concert retrospective by George Georgiou

    Traveling on seats that keep your stare opposite to the motion of the train gives you somehow the dizzy impression of moving back to time. Especially when you are tired and isolated in slices of sounds you have visited so often in the past, then the old greek stone country railway stations and their deserted landscapes suck your impressions into ages gone by. There could be no better way of traveling to watch And Also The Trees playing live in Elfentanz Festival of Athens, giving flesh and bone to a dream of a lifetime for me...

    Read the full review here.



    Blogger * fml said...
    » You can find a review from Panayiotis Papandreopoulos about the whole festival and the other artists at:

    However he disarranged things a bit making this a rather 'weird' reading with Nick didn't play drums as well as a masterpiece ?Valentino? wasn't performed.
    01 June, 2004 15:20   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » Review from Rock+Roll magazine for Elfentanz ...
    Issue 299 June 2004
    reviewed by Ioanna Papanastasopoulou

    The good performances of the bands, the huge arrival
    of the people and the perfect organization were the
    basic elements of the best Elfentanz.

    appeared on stage having the usually ungraceful role
    of being the first band in line.Comfortable and moving
    they played a brief set that draw the attention
    especially when "Breathing still" was heard as well as
    their cover of "Pop corn". Justly their name is known

    Then ELUSIVE came.What can someone say for these
    norwegian guys?There is nothing blamable in an artist
    showing being influenced by someone else.But in this
    case we are having an obsession haunting many bands
    and ending tiresome.This obsession here is called
    Fields Of The Nephilim and Elusive are sick of it.If
    they weren't just their clones maybe the crowd would
    pay more attention to them because musically they had
    something to say.

    AND ALSO THE TREES divided the audience.The younger
    got tired,the older trapped into magic.The common
    thing being acceptable from everyone is that not even
    ten new bands along could get over the passion of
    AATT. Eroticism, melody, sentiment... Highlights were
    "Slow pulse boy","Shantell" and "A room lives in

    WOLFSHEIM had a bet to win us and they made
    it.Heppner's voice, the fairytale decoration and the
    stillness of the band created an atmosphere that
    seemed to have jumped out of our dreams.We didn't
    dance too much, we didn't scream and we didn't do
    anything of those things that usually characterize a
    nice show.This time the songs spoke inside us and the
    whole confusion was taking place in an inner level.Two
    extremely modest figures nailed us down.Amongst other
    we heared "Leave no need undone","Once in a
    lifetime"(a song they saved for their encore),"The
    sparrows and the nightingales" and "Heroin she
    said".Somehow in this way ,this night slipped away ,a
    night that had millions of reasons to remain in our
    memories and make us wait for more like this..."

    07 July, 2004 16:04   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » * fml said...

    Translation of the Elefentanz review from atraktos.
    By Costas Liontiris

    "...Then the staff was taken by AATT. The Jones brothers - Simon on vocals and Justin on guitar-framed by Steven [Remark: the reviewer has been wrong here] and Paul on bass and drums but also the distinctive company of a blonde nymph on keyboards were in a great mood. Especially Simon with his theatrical presence on stage and his dramatical acting. Dressed in a unique way his melancholic lyrics as well as Justin's haunted compositions submiting the audience into a sacred ceremony. Lyricism, sensitivity, poetry with exaltations and decreases were taking us off and nailing us down.The warm applause was the least indication of respect to this excellent band while Simon obviously touched completed the 80 minutes long show (with their encore) congratulating the audience as well as the organizer of the festival Leonidas Skiadas."

    15 July, 2004 21:23   


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