Just in time for the holiday season, Treehouse Sanctum releases their take on the Christmas song, “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel”. With a steady, wandering cadence, the song is a dark exultant lullaby for those seeking a fresh take on the classic hymn. Its minimal instrumentation is full of lush harmonies that blanket the melodies like a white blanket of snow.
Treehouse Sanctum is an alternative folk rock band from Denver, CO. Fronted by duo, Sam & Danya Lynn and backed by Andrew (drums), Ben (Bass), Jeremy (lead guitar), & Dewayne (Trumpet); the band is an “Americana orchestra” creating an illuminating fused sound of folk rock soul.
The band’s newest release, Vivere, which means “to live” in Latin, was released 05/05/17. Recorded at The Keep in Denver, CO, the album was co-produced by Grammy nominated engineer, Nick Sullivan and mastered by Grammy winner, Jonathan Russell in Nashville, TN. The band has recently shared the stage with: Mumford & Sons, The Flaming Lips, Dawes, Miner, Whiskey Shivers & The Dustbowl Revival; for fans of: The Head & The Heart, The Oh Hello’s Needtobreathe, Lord Huron, Lake Street Dive, The Lumineers, Of Monsters & Men, and Van Morrison.
The band’s name is a nod to childhood’s eternal creativity and wisdom. Treehouse Sanctum songs possess intelligent, emotive lyrics covering heroism, love, hope and faith. Driving groove-filled rhythms meet intricately layered instrumentation and harmonies to create a complex and dynamic sound. These “vibrant & wounded” songs can be heard through the rough planks and weathered lines of Treehouse Sanctum’s latest creation, Vivere.
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Treehouse Sanctum announces May 5, 2017 Vivere album release and
offers the first single, “Chacala” as a downloadable MP3.
"The band creates an unique fused sound of folk, indie rock, jazz & boot stomping Americana." [5/5/2017]
Stephanie March, Denver Post
“They’ve found that sweet spot between soft melodies and complicated, layered instrumental textures.”
Josh Johnson, The Denver Post
"Treehouse Sanctum sounds like an Americana orchestra." [5/4/2017]
Treehouse Sanctum - Pilot & Crew
The single "Pilot & Crew" is a song based on the true story of Lt. Devert Rymer and his crew of nine airmen aboard the final flight of Buffalo Gal, a B-24 Liberator. As a P.O.W., Lt. Rymer kept a hidden diary, documenting the final flight & his captivitiy. It...
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