A date for your diary, if you’re the kind of person who keeps a diary that is; 7th February. For that is when Visions of Trees – the band who create ambient flotation tank spaced-out pop nuggets of brilliance release Sometimes It Kills through Moshi Moshi.
We’ve been supporting Visions of Trees for quite a while now, naming them as one of our more way out choices in our Ones to Watch list for 2011, describing their music as the kind of thing that will make you want to “slowly sway-dance in the mists, or possibly make love in a forest.” However, when you’re not frolicking naked to heavenly climax amongst the dappled leaves you can hear Sometimes It Kills at the Ones to Watch 2011 post (link above) – it’s erotic synthy sex music – you have been warned. Below we’re streaming the B side of the single No Flag, which drips calm electronic wonder all over your spent body.
The band are out on tour late January and February, the dates of which they have announced via this short film clip.
No Flag by Visions of Trees