Here We Are
Swizzle Tree definitely has a ring to its name,
which in a strange way defines the style of the band. Soaring melodies,
crunchy guitars, magnetic harmonies, a solid rhythm section and strange
personalities make up the unique sound and image of this infectious
rock band. Born and bred in Chicago, Swizzle Tree’s members Saarang
(vocals), Steve (vocals, guitar) Todish (guitar), Jiggles (bass), and
Amo (drums), are no strangers to good music. With influences ranging
from Bad Religion to Weezer and Stone Temple Pilots to Material Issue,
this band shows no signs of weak spots in good songwriting.
After a lot of hard work, agonizing van trips,
and a radio add in Omaha, the Tree saw a steadily growing fan base and
a surge in record sales throughout the Midwest. With the track “Marcs
Car” becoming a hit on Omaha Based KIWR (89.7 The River) and selling
over 10,000 copies of their previous album “Play On”, the
band quickly caught attention from major labels across the country.
Now signed to Reen Nalli’s (INXS, India.Arie,
Blue October) Nashville based Areena Records, and a seasoned staff to
work “Here We Are” to radio and retail, Swizzle Tree has
no plans of stop growing.
Swizzle Tree currently has over 52,000 plays
on MySpace.com and growing!
Swizzle Tree will be touring extensively
throughout the balance of 2006 and 2007.
Samples & CD's Availabe at:
2. Do You Feel Bad
3. My Guitar
4. Ever Been Told
5. She's In Love
7. Holding On
8. Casualty of Love
9. Marcs Car
11. Please Don't Believe
the hit single "Marcs Car".
Tree continues to grow as a band, and their audience grows in size on a
seemingly daily basis. I've kept my eye on them for years, and think they're
closer to the brass ring than they've ever been."
VanOsdol, WZZN/The Zone-Chicago
about fun - if you go to one of their many live shows, you get this great
original sound, plus the scary clown!" -
of Swizzle Tree’s greatest strengths is its ability to appeal to the
tastes of both city dwellers and suburbanites. This new record is solid
from start to finish.”-Tim
Healy, The Depaulia
3. Wannabe Love Song
4. Falling Down
7. Happy Doing Nothing
8. Green Eyed Fool
9. Stupid's With Me
10. Two Afraid To Be Hurt
11. Open Invitation
12. Barb Wire
"This is a party album, in the best sense of
"A smart pop-rock album with great hooks and
harmonies" - ChicagoMusicScene.com
"..songs on this CD are hard rock with a fun
danceable, playful attitude. "Sparkling Wine" has a psychadelic bridge and
an impressive guitar solo"
More Swizzle on:
from A Scene