Lost in the Trees Announce Fall Tour
Lost in the Trees are embarking on a headlining North American tour this fall in continued support of their acclaimed album A Church That Fits Our Needs, which the Los Angeles Times called “stunningly gorgeous”.
Beginning in Knoxville, TN on October 9th, Lost in the Trees will be joined by Durham, NC folk quartet Midtown Dickens for the entirety of the tour, as well as Dana Buoy (of the acclaimed psych-rock heroes, Akron/Family) on the west coast. The group will also join the lineup of The Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival on October 6th in Pittsboro, NC and City Arts Festival in Seattle, WA on October 20th.
In addition, Lost in the Trees will be performing a very special show at Duke University on Friday, December 7th at The Reynolds Industries Theatre as part of the acclaimed Duke Performances 2012 season. Lost in the Trees will be joined by a chamber orchestra — 12 strings, harp, piano, and percussion — to fully realize the band’s arrangements in an ample, resonant hall.
Lost in the Trees is an inventive ensemble from Chapel Hill, North Carolina helmed by composer and songwriter Ari Picker. The band merges the dramatic symphonic elements of classical music with the accessibility of American folk and modern pop, creating a sound that is simultaneously intimate and sonically ambitious. A Church That Fits Our Needs is a work of vaulting ambition, a cathedral built on loss and transformation. In 2009 Picker lost his mother, an artist in her own right, when she took her own life. With the new record he set about transforming the events into a musical tribute. While this might sound like a somber affair, it is anything but. The group utilizes rhythm as its own emotional language, never losing the propulsive inevitability and vitality of great rock and roll.
LOST IN THE TREES Tour Dates:
|Sat||10/6||Pittsboro, NC||Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival|
|Tue||10/9||Knoxville, TN||Pilot Light*|
|Wed||10/10||Bloomington, IN||The Bishop*|
|Thu||10/11||St. Louis, MO||Duck Room at Blueberry Hill*|
|Fri||10/12||Madison, WI||Der Rathskeller*|
|Sat||10/13||Chicago, IL||Lincoln Hall*|
|Sun||10/14||Minneapolis, MN||7th Street Entry*|
|Wed||10/17||Denver, CO||Hi Dive*|
|Thu||10/18||Salt Lake City, UT||The State Room*|
|Sat||10/20||Seattle, WA||Crocodile (City Arts Festival)*#^|
|Sun||10/21||Portland, OR||Doug Fir*#|
|Tue||10/23||Arcata, CA||Arcata Playhouse*#|
|Wed||10/24||San Francisco, CA||Bottom of the Hill*#|
|Fri||10/26||Los Angeles, CA||First Unitarian Church*#|
|Sat||10/27||San Diego, CA||Soda Bar*|
|Sun||10/28||Tucson, AZ||Club Congress*|
|Thu||11/1||Baton Rouge, LA||Spanish Moon*|
|Fri||11/2||New Orleans, LA||One Eyed Jack’s*|
|Sat||11/3||Atlanta, GA||The Earl*|
|Mon||11/5||Washington DC||Black Cat*|
|Tue||11/6||Ithaca, NY||The Haunt*|
|Wed||11/7||Boston, MA||Brighton Music Hall*|
|Thu||11/8||Stony Brook, NY||Stony Brook University*|
|Fri||11/9||York, PA||Strand – Capitol Performing Arts Center*|
*with Midtown Dickens
#with Dana Buoy
^with Horse Feathers