Tongues In Trees Expansive Debut Album Parallel Out Today

See The Video For Album Track "Parallel" Here

Headlining New York's Mercury Lounge November 11

Indie dream pop and Indian rhythms collide – John Schaefer, WNYC

Samita Sinha’s polygottal lyrics utilize almost ritualistic repetition and elements of Sufi poetry to weave the soul of the band together - Poetry New York

Multifaceted and eclectic New York trio Tongues In Trees have released their debut album Parallel today. With eleven songs that combine atmospheric pop and ancient Indian rhythms, Parallel features vocalist Samita Sinha, guitarist Grey Mcmurry (So Percussion, itsnotyouitsme) and Red Baraat leader Sunny Jain on drums.

With a wide range of influences including Black Keys, Okinawan folk master Seijin Noborikawa, Deerhoof, Bjork, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, and The Cure, Parallel was produced by the band, mixed by Hernan Santiago (TV on the Radio, Ashford & Simpson, N’Dea Davenport) and mastered by Michael Fossenkemper (David Byrne, Kaki King, Bill Laswell, Bootsy Collins).

After many months of improvising, composing, developing, rehearsing and performing shows in New York City, Tongues in Trees sat down to record their debut in February 2014 at Brooklyn's The Glass Wall studio. Parallel is a testament to the chemistry and eclectic sound of this band of three, magnetic forces in parallel, at times attracting and at times repelling, but always in line with one another.

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