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    » Current 'Trees related projects:

    And Also The Trees - 2007

    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).

    And Also The Trees' music is now also available via (Listen for) the Rag and Bone Man on iTunes and amazon mp3 Germany and amazon mp3 France.

    The first ever AATT live DVD had been released August 2006 and can be ordered here. The DVD features the Geneva concert of the FFTT tour 2003 and three short films.

    » Other Projects:

    November, Simon's collaboration with Bernard Trontin of The Young Gods had been released on the swiss label Shayo Records (Martyn Bates, Sally Doherty, Julia Kent a.o.)

    Steven Burrows currently is working on a solo project (called 'Black River') and will be featured as guest musician on the upcoming Dark Orange album as also Emer will be.


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  November 12, 2007

    19 Comments:

    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » C'mon! it's still September!
    I've been waiting very anxiously
    25 September, 2007 13:36   
    Blogger * fml said...
    » Also available via the official website in advance somewhen October :)
    25 September, 2007 20:13   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » What a surprising premiere: A Trees album of 13 songs!!!
    25 September, 2007 22:01   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » It makes a total of 116 AATT songs, including "And Also The trees" which they sang in 2005 in paris and Bochum. They would need approximatively nine hours to sing all those tracks in front of an audience. Choices will have to be made !
    25 September, 2007 22:33   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » The anonymity is celebrating the birth of the Untitled
    26 September, 2007 10:11   
    Anonymous Stu said...
    » ...there is something about the album cover already... that strange black and white landscape, the crooked telegraph pole...
    'Where The Land Lies','Mary of the Woods'... How can I wait until October?
    27 September, 2007 01:27   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » Here's the myspace link for that Rag and Bone photographer: Jérôme Sevrette

    http://www.myspace.com/photographique_js
    27 September, 2007 23:20   
    Anonymous Merchbitch said...
    » OK, I'm rather biased folks, but the new album is completely amazing. Looking forward to seeing a lot of you soon!
    xxx
    02 October, 2007 00:54   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » Oh, I am so jealous because many of you will get to hear the new songs early when the band plays live in your town! As for me, I'll be wallowing in the States (West Coast) where AATT NEVER EVER seems to play. I hope some of you will let those of us who can't see the band play know how this year's live shows go and include pictures and/or footage on the AATT Untangled web site. I can't wait for the new CD!
    02 October, 2007 09:22   
    Anonymous Stefan said...
    » For me it always seams lazy when bands calling songs Untitled. But even without having heard any note the meaningful song titles like Mary of the Woods, The Saracens Head or The legend of mucklow feel very AATT by now. Bring on the album!!!
    02 October, 2007 23:27   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » Nuevo disco de AATT!!!
    son inmortales!!
    03 October, 2007 12:23   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » hi maniacs,
    i have read that one new song,called "domed" has already
    founded the way on the actual d-side magazine.
    i can't wait till the 12th of
    november,so is there any possibilty
    to hear the song in advance?
    and is there any chance to get the
    new album in advance?
    so long.
    03 October, 2007 16:15   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » for "domed" try the new AATT page at: http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=246960142
    05 October, 2007 15:57   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » Yes! or http://www.myspace.com/andalsothetreesofficial
    07 October, 2007 02:51   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » Can't... stop... listening. At first it sounded strange, the contrabass was different and intriguing, as if competing with Justin's guitar for a lead role in some songs. But with each play it grows and you start noticing the details, the charming melodies that spring here and there, colorful strokes in a painting. As for the lyrics, beautiful as always, sometimes taking you to familiar places and dark weird moments the next. Now I'm completely hooked. It's like a drug and it has to be consumed several times a day. Another marvelous album.

    f
    02 November, 2007 20:36   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » At the begining, some songs seems too much complex. Too many sounds, too many instruments, too many rythms. Than you find some texture, recuring tunes, parts of sentences and, at the third listening, it's the blow. So, guys and girls, forget about evrything you ever heard from AATT. For the ninth time in their carrier, the're surprinsing us, delighting us with pure moments of music.
    This may not be the best AATT album, but at least one of the best. But, over any consideration, I think this album is mainly influenced by Paul Hill breaks and counter-times. One of the best drummers I've ever heard, along with Nick Havas, Pete de Freitas or Stephen Morris.
    16 November, 2007 21:03   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » its funny to see that someone mentions pete de freitas because I think the album reminds me excatly of Ocean Rain by echo and the bunnymen. in fact with under the stars aatt could almost be accused of plagiarism. sure it's 80's but good 80's.
    17 November, 2007 04:26   
    Anonymous Anonymous said...
    » The purist won't appreciate the previous comment, but it's true that it sounds like "Ocean rain" with a different intonation of the voice, of course. This album has a very eastern european mood. Some tracks remind me thing they did in 1998 and 1992 which were yet sounding slavish as "The Cyclone" or "The Woodcutter". It's great album which is constantly surprising.
    17 November, 2007 12:28   
    Anonymous Renata said...
    » Keep up the good work.
    28 October, 2008 20:07   

       

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