Home to the Invisible is Carrie’s second album, self-released on Wild Cedar Records March 2014. Recorded in UK and South Africa. Working with acoustic Instruments from around the world with subtle layered production, whilst keeping the intimacy and spaciousness of
‘Recorded in various kitchens, hallways, churches, living rooms and studios around the UK, ‘The Kitchen Table’ is a traveling nomad much like myself. In the making of this album, I had the opportunity to gather some of my favorite musicians
Carly Simon calls Carrie Tree ‘a phenomenal singer-songwriter’. She has already worked with several big names and is a stalwart of UK alternative festivals. Her influences range widely from Oumou Sangare to Joni Mitchell and though she takes a confident
The UK’s answer to Jewel.
‘A phenomenal singer/songwriter’ quoted by Carly Simon
One of Brighton’s more distinctive voices
‘One of the most natural voices you may ever hear’
‘For all of its ease, it’s infinitely complex.. for all of its ethereal delights Home To The Invisible is tied to the rhythms of the nature world’.
To the Invisible Full review
– ‘with most of her songs based around light acoustic guitar picking and a golden voice, … the weeping strings and subdued percussion just appear to segue one haunting song into the next, … the perfect vehicle for her beautiful