Tall Tall Trees from Brooklyn performs a live acoustic set at the Independent Space in Kutztown on Saturday, Aug. 18 at 7 p.m.
This indie mix of rock and folk, four years old, have been on the road traveling nationwide and will end up in Kutztown.
The Tall Tall Trees' self-titled debut was released in 2009. Jezebel Music dubbed it 'a perfect storm of catchy songwriting, spot on performances, and crisp, inventive production.' Songs like 'Heart Says Go' and 'Bubble Gum' have found their way onto television shows like Teen Mom, American Pickers, and Two and a Half Men and have earned the band a loyal cult following for their eclectic brand on indie folk-rock.
Moment, the band's sophomore album, was released February 2012 via the band's own Good Neighbor Records. The album has been called 'an LP of majestic sonic qualities' by Groopease and showcases their evolution from a quirky bluegrass-leaning side project into a fully formed indie-rock band.
Haven't been to the gallery? The gallery is the newest quaint listening room for independent music. Often, microphones are not even used. It presents an intimate setting to interact with the performer and many performers expand beyond the music to the stories behind it. Guests can bring their favorite bottle, sit back and enjoy the talent stopping by on their way through town.
Doors open at 7 p.m. The cost is a minimal fee at the door and there is no cover for Members of the Space. This is nonprofit arts space and the profit of the evening goes to support the artist.