Scattered Trees, Scattered Trees, Scattered Trees. You’ve heard the name countless times this month – what with an album review and our first Cluster 1 music video contest – and now they’re on your screen again. This time, though, you can see them in-person. Well, if you live in Chicago.
Next Saturday, April 30th, Consequence of Sound will be hosting Scattered Trees’ record release party at the delightfully intimate Schubas Tavern. The folksy alternative sextet will be unveiling their full-length debut, Sympathy, to fans and friends alike. To add to the flavor, however, we’ve also brought on board fellow local natives, Chaperone. They’re currently supporting their recent Cripple King EP, in addition to some other tunes they’ve written over the past month. But that’s not all. Scattered Trees’ tour mates, and fellow Chicagoans, The Loneliest Monk will also take the stage, rounding out a night that will no doubt be a 312 explosion.
Better yet, we’ll also be present, capturing footage for Cluster 1 and handing out promotional materials. If you’d like to join us, let us know you’re coming, and be sure to follow us on Twitter (@coslive, @cluster1tv) for a special giveaway. One lucky winner will not only grab two tickets to the show, but copies of Sympathy and the Cripple King EP, as well. Who says we’re not good to you? Just keep watching the feeds.
FYI: The show takes place at Schubas Tavern, located at 3159 N. Southport Ave., on Saturday, April 30th at 9:00 p.m.. Tickets are $10 and currently available here (via Schubas)! Don’t have Facebook? RSVP at Do312!
For now, check out Scattered Trees’ new video for “Four Days Straight”, directed by Markus Kneer.