Lost in the Trees

28 February 2013 - 'American Songbook' Series in New York

by Sachyn Mital

19 March 2013

A Church That Fits Our Needs was deemed one of the best albums in 2012 by the Wall Street Journal. At The Allen Room on February 28th, the audience learned why.
 

American Songbook

28 Feb 2013: The Allen Room — New York

The loss of Ari Picker’s mother in 2009 greatly informed Lost in the Trees’ second album A Church That Fits Our Needs. The band performed songs from this poetic tribute and their debut All Alone in an Empty House to a captivated audience in the Allen Room a Lincoln Center. During the performance, it sounded like Picker said this would be the last time the current incarnation of the band was together, but that awaits to be seen as the band has some upcoming East Coast tour dates.
  
4/5 - Winston-Salem, NC - Phuzzphest
4/6 - Swannanoa, NC - Warren Wilson College
4/23 - Washington D.C. - Rock’n'Roll Hotel
4/24 - Philadelphia, PA - World Cafe Live
4/25 - Providence, RI - Columbus Theater
4/26 - Burlington, VT - Monkey House
4/27 - Northampton, MA - Iron Horse Music Hall

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Setlist:
Red
Glass Harp
Tall Ceilings
Neither Here nor There
A Room Where Your Paintings Hang
Villain (I’ll Stick Around)
This Dead Bird is Beautiful
Garden
Golden Eyelids
Saralyn
Misery is a Butterfly (Blonde Redhead)
Wake
Walk Around the Lake

Encore:
All Alone in An Empty House

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