Revolutionary orchestral folk rock ensemble Lost In The Trees will be performing songs from their acclaimed new album All Alone In An Empty House on NPR's Mountain Stage for broadcast November 12th. Led by talented composer and songwriter Ari Picker, Lost In The Trees merges the symphonic elements of classical music with the accessibility and heart of American folk and modern pop, creating a sound which is both intimate and breathtaking. Their recent album All Alone In An Empty House has been celebrated by both fans and critics, with Variety Magazine calling it "...an extremely striking debut" and NPR Music's Bob Boilen heralding the record as "My surprise album of the year. In just one listen I knew I'd found a new friend. This is mighty potent stuff."
Along with Lost In The Trees, recent episodes have featured The Hold Steady, Jenny Lewis, Alejandro Escovedo and Dawes.
Mountain Stage is an award winning show hosted by Larry Groce and recorded before a live audience at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, West Virginia. These live performances are subsequently broadcast on the radio via NPR affiliates each week. Air time will vary by station, and you can find a complete list affiliates broadcasting the show at MountainStage.org . The following week the band's set will be posted at NPR and archived there for continued access. This free podcast is also available on iTunes and feedburner.
Catch Lost In The Trees extraordinary live show with Junip at the following dates:
November 23 - Washington, DC, Black Cat, 8:00 PM
November 24 - New York, NY, Fillmore NY at Irving Plaza, 7:00 PM