Treemer – Septembre Bloom
Finnish indie rockers, Treemer, use their shoegaze and dreampop base to expand to nearby genres such as post punk, power pop and garage rock, showing their creative impulse and their organic approach to songwriting. Treemer is about friendship, shared experiences and dreams as well as noisy guitar fuzz, hypnotic rhythms and obscured vocals, paying homage to groups and artists the Treemer members, aka Treemers, have been listening to all their lives. The band unveil their fresh mini LP Septembre and the seven-minute shoegazer, Septembre Bloom, which is also the album’s title track and closing number, leans heavily on the band’s innate wistful dreampop side, packed to the brim with an interesting divide of melancholy and enthusiasm. It is a perfect soundtrack for those darkening autumn evenings, combining the longing for the warm summer nights with the excitement of forthcoming winter.