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Biography: Life In a Tree
This prodigious group of youngsters has been building a buzz in the Milwaukee music scene ever since they got their start back in 8th grade.  Alt-indie rockers, Life In A Tree, pursue every opportunity with a relentless drive and passion. This past May, they were finalists in the 2017 US Bank Tour Possible showcase. In 2016, ‘Wisconsin Area Music Industry’ (WAMI) nominated them in two adult categories for “best alternative rock band” and “best female vocalist” while still under the age of 18. They cut their teeth as regulars on the big stages of Summerfest playing there 8 times and sharing the stage with many national touring acts such as Collective Soul, Tonic, Pentatonix, Gavin Degraw and Matt Nathanson. This quintet consists of Molly Lutz (vocals/bass), Tyler Miller (guitar/vocals), DJ Underwood (guitar/vocals), Jimmy Cooper (drummer), and Andy Conley (keyboards). Their music has been described as hook-filled melodies with a modern poetic quality; it’s a Paramore meets Damien Rice soundscape. Their three singers provide a kaleidoscope of vocals that adds a dimension and freshness that very few bands in their genre can enjoy. With an EP and an LP under their belt, they released their second full-length album "Say Goodbye to the Nighttime Skies." They produced a themed album that encompasses the struggles and insecurities of life and overcoming them as a young adult. “The songs focus in on conquering those harder times of life and ‘saying goodbye’ to them, while starting a new chapter,” says Jimmy. "It is important for us to write about what is real and honest in our everyday lives with some emotional depth that hopefully resonates with fans," remarks guitarist Underwood. “We named the album, 'Say Goodbye to the Nighttime Skies' as sort of a metaphor for people going through dark times in their life to never lose hope and faith, and to realize that the ‘nighttime skies’ will pass and brighter skies are on the horizon," Tyler says. "We all hope to be doing this for the rest of our lives on the biggest scale possible." "We want to affect as many people as we can in a thoughtful and meaningful way,” adds Molly. “It’s all about our fans. We truly believe that with them, anything is possible.”
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This prodigious group of youngsters has been building a buzz in the Milwaukee music scene ever since they got their start back in 8th grade.  Alt-indie rockers, Life In A Tree, pursue every opportunity with a relentless drive and passion. This past May, they were finalists in the 2017 US Bank Tour Possible showcase. In 2016, ‘Wisconsin Area Music Industry’ (WAMI) nominated them in two adult categories for best alternative rock band” and “best female vocalist” while still under the age of 18. They cut their teeth as regulars on the big stages of Summerfest playing there 8 times and sharing the stage with many national touring acts such as Collective Soul, Tonic, Pentatonix, Gavin Degraw and Matt Nathanson. This quintet consists of Molly Lutz (vocals/bass), Tyler Miller (guitar/vocals), DJ Underwood (guitar/vocals), Jimmy Cooper (drummer), and Andy Conley (keyboards). Their music has been described as hook-filled melodies with a modern poetic quality; it’s a Paramore meets Damien Rice soundscape. Their three singers provide a kaleidoscope of vocals that adds a dimension and freshness that very few bands in their genre can enjoy. With an EP and an LP under their belt, they released their second full- length album "Say Goodbye to the Nighttime Skies." They produced a themed album that encompasses the struggles and insecurities of life and overcoming them as a young adult. “The songs focus in on conquering those harder times of life and ‘saying goodbye’ to them, while starting a new chapter,” says Jimmy. "It is important for us to write about what is real and honest in our everyday lives with some emotional depth that hopefully resonates with fans," remarks guitarist Underwood. “We named the album, 'Say Goodbye to the Nighttime Skies' as sort of a metaphor for people going through dark times in their life to never lose hope and faith, and to realize that the ‘nighttime skies’ will pass and brighter skies are on the horizon," Tyler says. "We all hope to be doing this for the rest of our lives on the biggest scale possible." "We want to affect as many people as we can in a thoughtful and meaningful way,” adds Molly. “It’s all about our fans. We truly believe that with them, anything is possible.”
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