# 38. Andrew Sisk: Treelines

A week or so ago, I listened to an album by the gone -but-not-forgotten band Share.  Since then I have been lucky enough to see Share’s frontman and songwriter, Andrew Sisk perform at an intimate venue promoting his new album Treelines.  Sisk’s performance was captivating and highly entertaining. His songs are well crafted and thought out. Lyrically, he is one of my favourites.  I’ve already stated that “Slumping in Your Murals” is one of my top albums, and upon first listen, Treelines is a contender.  There is a nice nostalgic blast of Share in “Pause.” A couple of songs I recognize from his Broadcaster EP and they fit in wonderfully on this album.  Sisk has some musical heavyweights backing him but they just compliment the beautiful songs that he has written. Download this album right now!  You can do so here.

Highlights:  “Full Time”  “Bridges Burn

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