Treetop Flyers Dance Through The Night

London’s Treetop Flyers return with their first new music since the release of their critically acclaimed 2013 debut album ‘The Mountain Moves’.

New single Dance Through The Night was recorded at Soup Studios, London, with Simon Trought (who has previously worked with The Wave Pictures) and Giles Barrat. It was mixed by Jonathan Wilson, who most recently worked on the latest Father John Misty album ‘I Love You, Honeybear’, as well as his own records 'Gentle Spirit’ and ‘Fanfare’. ‘Dance’ will be available to download from Friday 16th October.

Whereas The Mountain Moves showed off their more classic West Coast sound, Dance Through The Night signals a progression towards more psychedelic influences, illustrated further by the trippy visuals of the accompanying video, created by friend of the band, Paul Buckle of Night Dials.

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