Life In A Tree is an alt-pop/rock band from Wisconsin now based in Nashville. They have been evolving their sound ever since they formed the band back in eighth-grade. In their early days, they were playing everywhere they could building up a 4-hour show, eventually gaining the experience of playing at some of the biggest music festivals across the state. As their popularity quickly grew, they were invited to play on the main stages of Summerfest, "the world's largest music festival", as one of the youngest bands ever. With eight total appearances before graduating high school, they were able to share the stage with diverse acts such as Pentatonix, Kaleo, Collective Soul, Tonic, Gavin Degraw and Matt Nathanson. In 2018, they were nominated by the Radio Milwaukee Music Awards as the "Best Band of the Year" and in 2017, they won the award for "Independent Release of the Year". Following graduation and attending separate colleges across the country, they reinvented their style from their youthful emo-alt rock to a more polished, commercially-rich sound. Chris Bound of UK Mystic Son's describes them as "the US outfit that channeled the pop-rock sound of Paramore". Their latest singles, "When You Know You Know" & "FOMO" were both recorded in Nashville with Rian Dawson of the legendary pop-punk band, All Time Low. Their alt-pop/rock sound shines through the cushioned ambiance of synthesized sonics, playful guitar licks reminiscent of the 80's and powerfully captivating vocals. This trio of Molly Lutz (vocals/bass/synth), DJ Underwood (guitar/bass/keys) and Jimmy Cooper (drums), sought out to combine their emotionally-charged lyrics with Dawson’s radio-friendly acumen. Through their various influences, they have channeled a uniquely current take on bands like Paramore, Walk The Moon, Twenty One Pilots, Young the Giants, and The 1975. Their latest single, "FOMO", cuts through the noise with its hauntingly, memorable melodies that encapsulates the band's introspective lyrics. With "FOMO", they want to bring light to the rising phobia, a "fear of missing out". Molly adds, "the lyrics were inspired by the constant struggle of allowing the internet and social media to bring out my insecurities and warped self-worth. I've found it especially difficult to see past the feeds of polished internet-lives without feeling as if I'm missing out on something 'better'. It's so important for us to resist getting stuck on what we lack in comparison to others and to have confidence in our own distinct lives. So the next time you find yourself alone on a Saturday night dressed in your favorite pajamas at 10pm with a bowl of Ben and Jerry's at your side, feel confident in your choice of relaxation and know that you are enough. Only you can be the one to turn your 'bad case of FOMO' into 'JOMO', 'the joy of missing out'," says Molly. Marquette University Radio said "Despite their young age, this band’s trajectory is star-bound". Life In A Tree is now poised to take their music to the masses.
For booking and press inquiries, please contact Terry Lutz at 262.424.5063 or firstname.lastname@example.org