REVIEW: Carrie Tree – ‘Home To The Invisible’

With over 14 years of experience as a singer songwriter,  3 EP’s released and a debut album, as well as countless performances with huge artists including the likes of Damien Rice, Ben Taylor and Carly Simon, let alone playing Glastonbury on a regular basis over the last several years. Carrie Tree is undoubtedly an artist everyone should be watching out for this year!

Now 5 years on since the release of her debut album ‘The Kitchen Table’, singer songwriter Carrie Tree is releasing her 2nd album ‘Home To The Invisible’. She travelled over to South Africa especially, to write and record the songs on this album, and to no surprise she has delivered a whirlwind of songs which will melt your heart!

The release of her new album, ‘Home To The Invisible’ is one which she should be immensely proud of. There is no denying that her style of songwriting has brought a unique and almost hypnotic aspect to the tone of the entire album, sending the listener into a dream-like state. She has a voice like no other, with a graceful tone, honest lyrics and spine chilling harmonies.

All of this makes Carrie Tree’s latest creation a pleasure to listen to. ‘Mama Kita’, ‘Wild Winds’ and ‘Tiny Universe’ are the three tracks which really stand out on the album. The use of percussion and string harmonies blends the music together so perfectly, so much that it lets you drift off into a place of pure tranquility.


She will also be touring to promote her new album! Details below:


02 The Grey Lady, Tunbridge

04 Ronnie Scotts, London
06 Komedia, Brighton
07 Farnham Maltings Café, Farnham
08 Horsebridge Centre, Whitstable
09 Lewis Con Club, Lewis
12 Prince Albert, Stroud
13 South Devon Arts, Totness
20 The Hare and Hounds, Birmingham

02 Slaughtered Lamb, London

Review written by Nikki Limbrick & edited by Kaori Manz.