Monday, August 30, 2010

Lost in the Trees plays unreleased song for Daytrotter

There's no denying that Daytrotter is one of the coolest music sites around these days and they seem to like bands from the Triangle. The Rosebuds, Annuals, Megafaun and others have recorded sessions for them. Now they've added another Triangle band to the list, Lost in the Trees, who just re-released their stellar album All Alone in an Empty House in August.

The band played three songs from the album, the title track, "Walk Around the Lake" and "Song For the Painter." They also performed a really great unreleased song called "An Artists Song." Stream or download the session here.

Lost in the Trees next local show is at the free Trekky Hopscotch day party on Saturday, Sept. 11 at The Pour House in Raleigh. Check out a full list of the band's upcoming shows below.

Lost in the Trees tour dates
09.11.10 - Raleigh, NC - Trekky party @ The Pour House
09.21.10 - Pittsburgh, PA - Thunderbird Cafe
09.22.10 - Oberlin, OH - In the Cream Coffeehouse
09.24.10 - Schenectady, NY - Eighth Step @ Proctors
10.03.10 - Cambridge, MA - TT the Bear's Place [Tickets]

1 comment:

kittenry said...

you're totally right about daytrotter giving so much love to north carolina bands. between them and you guys - your weblog is a great favourite of mine - over the last year, i've completely fallen in love with the music of my home state.