Alt Rock from Newcastle, UK. Energetic British trio The Eighty Trees unveil their latest record, a 5-track EP boasting convoluted lyricism and earth-shaking energy. ‘Maybe I Like The Misery’ provides a firm glimpse into the group’s artistry: alternating screamy sections to more melodious contours, The Eighty Trees exude eclecticism and punch, a perfect sonic formula for the modern rock audience.
Perhaps mirroring our complex era, ‘Maybe I Like The Misery’ focuses on themes of social anxiety, unreciprocated love, and burnout, making peace with the idea that often art and creativity steam from challenging situations and uncomfortable truths.
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