Infantree definitely seems older than their ages would suggest (besides the mis-spelling of their name). Although three-forths of the band is under 21, they are already making a name for themselves musically.
The band has been booked to play in the SXSW ASCAP showcase, taking place March 18th at the Victorian Room in the Driskill Hotel. The band was also invited by Neil Young to perform at his Bridge School Benefit alongside Elvis Costello, Emmylou Harris and Modest Mouse.
The group will be re-releasing their first album, Would Work later this spring. Until then, enjoy this creepy video for the song “Feet of Clay”.
Feet of Clay from Infantree on Vimeo.
Infantree are a band that seem destined to make a name for themselves. Perhaps just for the fact that there seems to be three one-person-bands in their band.
The band, comprised of: Alex Vojdani (vocals, lyrics, guitar, keys), Matt Kronish (vocals, lyrics, guitar, keys, banjo), Donald Fisher (vocals, lyrics, bass, mandolin, guitar) and Jordan Avesar (drums).
Following their well-received debut album Would Work, the band is premiering its first video off of the album.
You can glimpse “Slaughter House” right here.
Slaughter House from Infantree on Vimeo.
LA-based quartet, Infantree, have been making waves for a few years now, but they just recently released their debut full length.
Entitled Would Work, the 12-track album features the band’s folky sound mastered and honed to perfection. Though they might be one of LA’s best kept music secrets, they certainly don’t plan on staying that way. The band teamed up with AOL’s Spinner.com to stream their entire album. Check it out here.
And if you don’t feel like going all the way over to another website, check out their track “Speak Up” below and feel free to download it.
Infantree-Speak Up by Jax1188
Would Work is out now via Vapor Records.