Land Of Trees captures rural charm in ‘There’s No Blaming Time’

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Land Of Trees captures a rural charm in his music. This comes as no surprise since he comes from a small town somewhere in Sweden and finds his muse in nature. Released ahead of his forthcoming album, Things I Don’t Know…, which will see the light of day on the 10th of March, his latest offering, a single titled There’s No Blaming Time’, invites us to join him at his home, where we sit beside the songwriter as he writes the reflective record beside a babbling brook, or so we can imagine. Close your eyes and you will find yourself among the trees, light piercing the canopy. It’s a wistful and wonderful place.

Stream / Download: Land Of Trees – ‘There’s No Blaming Time’

Marcus Friman’s music is a mixture of Indie and Folk, with its guitar-centred instrumentation and Friman’s sincere vocals. Together, they stimulate the imagination, pulling us from the buzz of the city hive to find calm between the crickets and frogs. He brings us into his world to appreciate the sonic landscape he has worked hard to prune and water, putting his heart and soul into the task. Touching on the necessity of gratitude, he says, “Instead, be kinder to yourself and make the coming days, months and years count.”

Read our previous feature on Land Of Trees‘ video ‘See The Fire Dancing’ here

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