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Treetop Flyer

Straight from the heart of Orange County, CA where the sun is always shining and the waves always crashing, Treetop Flyer has been playing their own brand of punk music since 2009. Their songs reflect on the people they've met and the places they've seen. Coming from a waning music scene, Treetop Flyer look to set themselves apart from a scene diluted with mediocrity. Blending sounds of punk, rock, pop and alternative, Treetop Flyer appeals to more than one type of audience. Their first full length album "Certain Somethings" breathes new life into the Orange County music scene. With gnarly gui ...read more

Straight from the heart of Orange County, CA where the sun is always shining and the waves always crashing, Treetop Flyer has been playing their own brand of punk music since 2009. Their songs reflect on the people they've met and the places they've seen. Coming from a waning music scene, Treetop Flyer look to set themselves apart from a scene diluted with mediocrity. Blending sounds of punk, rock, pop and alternative, Treetop Flyer appeals to more than one type of audience. Their first full length album "Certain Somethings" breathes new life into the Orange County music scene. With gnarly guitars, rad vocal harmonies, and slamming drums, Treetop Flyer is establishing themselves as a must-see act. Treetop Flyer's debut release from features 13 excellently written & produced tracks. This is not one of those CD's that has the listener wanting to skip any tracks. An engergetic, big sound with great vocal harmonies, driving bass and drums, and big bright guitars. With this release, its clear that Treetop Flyer is working at keeping the Orange County CA punk sound and scene alive. « hide

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