Nairobi, Kenya based Lone Tree are back with their stunning and gorgeous new single out to the masses today titled "Holding On". The song is a fully realized sonic evolution, and a representation of where the band are at this stage of their personal and professional careers and also gives a hint of where the band is moving forward. They're a group of 5 expat teens who formed the band about 6 years ago and have become a family in that short span of time bonding over music, and pushing each other to become better musicians and people as a result. The band consists of Patrick Sanders on guitar, his sister Teresa on lead vocals, Silas Piper on rhythm guitar, Ben Matsaert on bass, and Gabe Gebremedhin on drums. I interviewed Patrick several years ago for my podcast, and he is a charming and good looking individual who has such an impressive knowledge and love for music at such a young age, and it's fulfilling to see the band grow more comfortable and put roots down to become firmly entrenched in each other's lives and make an impact on the world around them. This song is a masterpiece in my opinion, and it won't be long before it'll be creeping up on the top of your playlists.
You can check out "Holding On" now on all major music streaming platforms and for more on Lone Tree, give them a 'Like' on Facebook right over here, follow them on Twitter at this perch over here, see their pics on Instagram at this spot here, and please visit their official website at this locale here for more in depth info regarding the band.