Exclusive Stream: Get around Ah Trees' debut self-titled EP before their national tour

Exclusive Stream: Get around Ah Trees' debut self-titled EP before their national tour

Kicking off with an appearance at #WAMFest this weekend.

#WAMFest is taking over Perth kicking off tonight with the WAM Awards party, which is sold out. But if you're going you'll be there to see if WA five-piece Ah Trees snag the award for Most Popular New Act in 2016. Whether the group achieves that goal is pretty irrelevant, because it's a bloody well-deserved nomination. They've been making some fantastic, dreamy indie-pop sounds and gigging hard for the past year or so, and it's lead up to the release of their debut, self-titled EP, which we are very excited to be streaming for you today.

Working with the crisp production styles of Sam Ford (POND, Sugar Army), Ah Trees is an accomplished debut release, stepping off with their best foot forward in the form of popular lead single, Team Sports. From there it crams in a diverse range of styles, probably best exemplified by frontman Ryan Adair's assessment of their sound - "weird-pop-new-wave-indie-rock". Following on from peppy opener Team SportsNara is a slinky, loungey affair, before Stormy drifts into new-wave territory, and finally Mars rounds it out in a more jangly, guitar-driven style.

Take a listen below, and check down the bottom for where you can catch them live, including for the first time ever over on the east coast when they paly shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide:

UPCOMING SHOWS:

Sat 5 Nov - The Boston, Perth (WAMFest Saturday Spectacular)

Thu 10 Nov - Bar Open, Melbourne

Fri 11 Nov - World Bar, Sydney

Sat 12 Nov - The Metro, Adelaide

Fri 18 Nov - Mojos Bar, Fremantle

Follow Ah Trees: FACEBOOK / WEBSITE

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