MP3 Tree Fort Angst - Last Page In The Book Of Love
Garagey, melodic guitar-pop fusing Postcard/Sarah/Flying Nun-label jangle with a modish, 60s energy.
30 MP3 Songs
POP: Power Pop, POP: Bubblegum Pop
A 30-track digipak CD by TREE FORT ANGST called ''Last Page In The Book of Love''
What It Sounds Like: Chiming, guitar-based indiepop combining Postcard/Sarah-label jangle with a somewhat 60s-ish garagey energy. Think Orange Juice, early Aztec Camera, The Chills... but American... and kind of
Background: In its early-to-mid 90s run, Tree Fort Angst released four 7" EPs, a flexi, a split single, some cassettes, appeared on a handful of compilations and, to top it all off, ''Knee Deep In The Rococo Excess of Tree Fort Angst,'' a 20-song CD on the Bus Stop Label.
Out of print for the last few years, it''s reissued now by Foxyboy, along with TEN extra tracks, as ''Last Page In The Book Of Love.'' Plus new liner notes... and super-snazzy digipak art. The ten bonus tracks are all previously unreleased. Total running time: 78 minutes.
Reference Points: Tree Fort Angst was a guitar-bass-drums trio led by Terry Banks, who plays now in THE SATURDAY PEOPLE, a DC-based pop band that has released an album on well-regarded indie Slumberland. Before The SPs, Banks played in GLO-WORM, releasing records on K Records, among others. Previous to that, he was in indiepop icons ST. CHRISTOPHER, who began life on the esteemed Sarah label.