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Scatteredtrees

Scatteredtrees

Scatteredtrees


Scatteredtrees began in September of 2003, when Nathan Eiesland (vocals and guitar) moved to Illinois from Minnesota and endeavored to write one song a month — no more, no less. He named each song for the month it was written: "February", "March", "April", et cetera. Nathan returned to Minnesota in June and recorded the album Hollohills in Minneapolis. When he moved back to Illinois the subsequent fall, he began writing a follow-up. Soon he had enough material, but wanted his next effort to include a permanent band. Read more on Last.fm
Scatteredtrees began in September of 2003, when Nathan Eiesland (vocals and guitar) moved to Illinois from Minnesota and endeavored to write one song a month — no more, no less. He named each song for the month it was written: "February", "March", "April", et cetera. Nathan returned to Minnesota in June and recorded the album Hollohills in Minneapolis. When he moved back to Illinois the subsequent fall, he began writing a follow-up.

Soon he had enough material, but wanted his next effort to include a permanent band. He enlisted Ryne Estwing (bass and vocals) and Justin Eisenbraun (guitar), both from Chicago. Returning to Minneapolis in October of 2005, the three recorded Song For My Grandfather. With two albums under their belt, Scatteredtrees needed only find a permanent drummer. They looked no further than Bree Harper, also from Chicago.

Nathan has since permanently moved to Illinois, and the four-piece is currently writing and performing in and around Chicago. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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