Treetop Flyers recently rounded out their first North American tour, making the trip from across the pond and hitting cities from Boston to Cleveland and everywhere in between. The guys documented their two-week run with a few photos and hilariously candid captions. Check out their photos in the gallery below, and be sure to check out their recent release The Mountain Moves, out now on Partisan Records.
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After playing in Kingston, N.Y. we stumbled across this truck as we left & met the owners of the restaurant who claimed they were the kings of food puns. We beg to differ as we are the kings of food puns: John Lennon's favourite Indian dish? Instant Korma
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After a spot of shopping at Bobby's from Boston we took some time out to mingle
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After a 16 hour journey from across the pond we arrive at our first road stop at sunset, on closer inspection we find the red roof inn has more to offer than meets the eye. Used Trojans in the parking lot, donuts on tap and religion on the TV.
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We are a bunch of hairy children from England and each of us own a certain album, by a certain band,from a certain state in a certain country. We felt especially moved to visit the Big Pink
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Day 3 of the tour, and Reid still denies he doesn't snore although we have video proof that is still not enough for him. We wish this picture had sound.
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We stopped in Green Belt near NAS To play a show. Have a few drinks and admire some American furniture and fill out application forms to be space monkeys.
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On the long drive from Charlottesville to Columbus Ohio I had a change to catch up with some driving material whilst Sam and Dan were up front behind the wheel
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We stumbled upon this disused cabin whilst waiting to perform our live session on WNKU. I know, I know. But it just had to be done.
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Before we came out on the road, we were especially looking forward to being in Cleveland for Sam's birthday as we wanted to get him 'utterly wasted.' Job done, we think...
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On our first 'full' day off we were lucky enough to make camp down in St Louis where we had the best ribs of our combined lives at Pappy's! ( I think he was holding 30 racks on that tray)