Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Charles, Zach, Bryn, Harry, Francesca, Ryan


Website

soundcloud.com/ah-trees

Bio

Ah Trees are six friends from Perth, Western Australia, fusing cruisey funk driven indie-pop and moody electronica with tunes that make you want to dance down the hall or drift away on a cloud…

In the last year Ah Trees have released three singles & a debut EP, all gaining national radio play, they’ve supported the likes of Northeast Party House, Gypsy & The Cat, Jeremy Neale & Katy Steele, had the opportunity to perform at Perth’s Beaufort Street Festival, WAM Festival, RTRFM’s Distant Murmurs and played a top three spot in the Path to Laneway Showcase 2016 - as well a run of sell out headline shows in their home state!

The band completed their first national tour at the end of last year, taking their enchanting live show to Melbourne, Sydney & Adelaide. Ah Trees were nominated for a WA Music Award in 2016 & were also in the top twenty most played artists on Perth’s RTRFM.

2017 sees Ah Trees writing and recording new material and continuing to showcase their engaging live show with a host of performances in their home state, including ‘Palm Sundays’ a curated residency at Fremantle’s The Odd Fellow.

This October the band will be releasing their latest single ‘Do It All Wrong’ that sees them touring their home state of WA in celebration of the release. The track is the first single taken from their upcoming sophomore release!

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

07 Dec 2017

Triple J
35

Strong vibe here. It sneaks up on you with likable effectiveness.

Strong vibe here. It sneaks up on you with likable effectiveness.

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

06 Oct 2017

Triple J
35

Few more people on board for this tune, hey! Love The Moody Beach feature, her vocals really notch up that dreamy vibe. Smooth stuff, my dudes.

Few more people on board for this tune, hey! Love The Moody Beach feature, her vocals really notch up that dreamy vibe. Smooth stuff, my dudes.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

02 Nov 2016

Triple J
35

What makes this work so well is the way you let those slow vocals simmer on that quick groove. You take the vocals away and it's not that far off being a 2DCC song - which makes this a really smart composition.

What makes this work so well is the way you let those slow vocals simmer on that quick groove. You take the vocals away and it's not that far off being a 2DCC song - which makes this a really smart composition.