Tree Pit

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Tree Pit
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Background information
Also known as The Producers
Origin London, UK
Genres Alternative rock
Years active 2008–present
Associated acts Egroll, Oziozaamusic, The Playing Fields
  • Lior Seker
  • Yaron Rosenblum
  • Nim Sadot

Tree Pit is a British Rock band formed in London, UK, in 2008 by Lior Seker (lead vocals and guitar), Yaron Rosenblum (drums), Nim Sadot (bass guitar). All the three grew up together in Hod Hasharon, Israel and met in London.



In the summer of 2008 the three band members worked as music Producers at a Soho based recording studio, which gave the band its initial name The Producers.[1] They started by recording and re-recording songs trying to turn their music into a cohesive whole that melts their different worlds of Folk, Rock, Fusion and Jazz together, in order to find their unique sound. The style of Tree Pit marries spacey guitar and mellow vocals with one of the tightest rhythm section in recent years.

The band members[edit]

All three were born in the early 80’s with a real passion for music and since an early age they have been playing in different bands: Lior Seker- was the singer of a progressive rock band named Eggroll. One of their many achievements was to play as the opening act for Jethro Tull on their 2008 tour. Lately he took part in a project called Ephrat which took the stages as the warm-up band for Dream Theater in their 2009 tour. Yaron Rozenblum- was the drummer of an Israeli rock band Music Of Chance which released their album ‘Me’ in 2005 and the lead singer of another Israeli Rock band The Following. Yaron is also the drummer for the North London based Indie Rock band The Playing Fields that released two critically acclaimed albums. Nim Sadot- Took part in a wide spectrum of different projects, one of them is the AfroBeat band Oziozaamusic.


Tree Pit started to explore the live scene of the UK at 2010, performing at the legendary 100 Club[2] and in well known venues such as The Good Ship, 93 Feet East, Wilmington Arms[3] amongst others.

The debut album[edit]

In the end of 2010 Tree Pit started working on their debut album to be released in the summer of 2011. The recording will take place in the beginning of January 2011 at Soho Studios in London and at The Sickroom in Norfolk. Producer Guy Katsav who worked with the likes of Laura Marling, The Gossip, Noah And The Whale, I Blame Coco and many more, will be in charge of the production/mixing of the album in collaboration with the band. "After working on our material for two and a half years and finding our true sound we are ready to get into the studio" say the band members. Tree Pit will release the first single from debut album in 9 April 2011. An album pre release - cover to Eleanor Rigby, The Beatles was released in 12 January 2011 [4] as a teaser before the unveiling of their original material.


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