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Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Lost In The Trees Premieres "Golden Eyelids" Video At Brooklyn Vegan

Brooklynvegan.com is premiering a striking new video from the band Lost In The Trees. The clip is for the group's song "Golden Eyelids" from the band's revered new album A Church That Fits Our Needs which Billboard Magazine called "Stunningly beautiful." In the video, watery translucent imagery provides a potent visual accompaniment to the intensely personal emotions conveyed in this affecting song.

Watch the new Lost In The Trees video at BrooklynVegan.com here.

In addition, tonight the NPR show All Songs Considered will be featuring a LIVE video and audio broadcast of Lost In The Tree's performance at Le Poisson Rouge in NYC.

To watch Lost In The Trees perform live care of NPR just go here.

The new Lost In The Trees record A Church That Fits Our Needs is an immensely ambitious work inspired by loss and transformation. In the summer of 2009, the group's writer, composer and singer, Ari Picker, lost his artist mother when she took her own life. Picker has transformed the event into an evocative and moving musical tribute. Far from being a somber affair, the classically trained composer has utilized rhythm as its own emotional language, never losing the propulsive vitality of great rock and roll.

Critical Acclaim For Lost In The Trees' A Church That Fits Our Needs:

"Stunningly gorgeous" - Los Angeles Times

"This 12-track song cycle is as moving and life affirming as it is moribund and gut wrenching... A Church That Fits Our Needs succeeds on nearly every level." - All Music

"It's as if a soul is being lifted to the heavens." - Under The Radar

"Picker's high and warbling voice conveys the fragility of existence with nearly every phrase, and the orchestral songs elucidate the intense wonder of life." - The New Yorker

"Stunningly intimate songs that deserve unmitigated attention" - Wall Street Journal

Lost In The Trees' artist page