'Admiral Fallow approach the epic indie-pop of their second album with the cocksure bravado that comes when everyone's watching.'
'...a band headed for the top' Times Culture
A 10 track affair, like the band's critically acclaimed debut 'Boots Met My Face', 'Tree Bursts In Snow' is similarly insightful and filled with unforgettable songs. Of the album's title, front man Louis Abbot says the following:
'...the title refers to the sound and the image of an artillery shell exploding into a cluster of snow-drenched trees....I'm also astounded by the sheer volume of gun related violent crimes throughout the world but in particular in the U.S. The lyric from 'Tree Bursts' was inspired by the idea of the effect that losing friends through violence, in particular during times of war or conflict has on young men and women. They are "the leaves that fall louder than backfire, all orange and halloween red...'