The Treehouse Children are excited to share the latest taste from their forthcoming EP, “Please,” with new single ‘Woo.’
This most recent offering from the Newcastle outfit will have you whistling its undeniably catchy melody and cranking this bouncing, pop-rock rollick.
The band writes: “‘Woo’ came together rather quickly in the studio (The Grove). Edge (drums) and Bes (Bass) smashed through their parts in 2 takes, allowing us to spend time pulling tones and experimenting with sounds. Nigro (producer) was super keen on making this one explode with riff and backing vocals; we think we achieved this. Most of our tracks begin with Oz and a guitar and a lyric idea, but this one quickly became collaborative. As soon as the verse was written, Oz rang Edge whilst he was on the train, excited to show someone. Edge beat-boxed his idea for the beat and they went into their storage unit with Bes the following day and laid down a demo. We injected hooks and catchy BVs; it was a fun writing process.”
In just twelve months, they’ve played stages such as Oxford Art Factory Gallery, Bar On The Hill, Cambridge Hotel NYE Street Party, and The Small Ballroom, just to name a few, and often sharing the stage with a number of well-known acts including Ball Park Music, The Delta Riggs, Saskwatch, Allday, KLP, Davey Lane, Glass Towers, The Owls, Thundamentals and Steve Smyth.
The band closed out 2016 with the release of their latest single ‘Please’, which received airplay on triple j, and turned the heads of fans and industry professionals alike. Their latest national tour saw the band play some of their most successful headline shows to date.
Some say it’s their tight live show and polished sound, others say it’s their boyish good looks and cat-like reflexes. Whatever it may be, The Treehouse Children have shown that they are a band to watch amongst Australia’s independent music scene.
‘Woo’ will be in Digital Stores on the 3rd of February. The Please EP by The Treehouse Children will be released 17th of February 2017.
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