Treetop Flyers continue to be a potent force in Britain's indie folk scene, treating fans both at home and abroad to their soulful, harmony-laden folk rock. The talented quintet have drawn comparisons to everyone from Fleetwood Mac to former label mates Mumford and Sons, but uniquely wistful songs like "Picture Show" and "Things Will Change" prove that the band's sound is all their own. Treetop Flyers' dedication and authenticity really shine through at their live shows, and ticket buyers lucky enough to catch the band on their latest tour will have the pleasure of seeing one of folk's brightest new additions in their prime.
London-based Treetop Flyers got their start in 2009 with the EP To Bury the Past, but things really took off in 2011 when they won the Emerging Talent Competition at Glastonbury. Their prize was a slot on the main stage, where they introduced their soulful folk rock and impressive performance chops to tens of thousands of new fans. Riding high on their newfound visibility, the band released their 2013 debut LP The Mountain Moves to critical and commercial success, touring extensively in support of the release. With a sophomore album already in the works, the band will be in top form on their highly anticipated upcoming tour dates.