Trendsetter is excited to welcome L.A.-based singer/songwriter and producer Oliver Tree to the 2019 roster with his latest music video, “Hurt.”
The genre-defying single showcases Oliver’s unique blend of alternative/electronic production along with his energetic, edgy vocals. This uniqueness scored him a whopping 7.3 Million views on the accompanying video. “Hurt” sees Tree crucify himself on his signature Razor scooter while cruising around Ukraine.
Watch the video here.
Stream the song here.
Following the success of his groundbreaking EP, Alien Boy, Tree is now gearing up to release his debut full-length album, Ugly Is Beautiful, in early 2019. To support the album, he will embark on the nationwide headline “Ugly is Beautiful” tour this February.
Catch Oliver Tree on the Ugly is Beautiful Tour:
2/13 SOLD OUT in Los Angeles, CA
2/14 SOLD OUT in Los Angeles, CA
2/15 SOLD OUT in Santa Cruz, CA
2/16 SOLD OUT in San Francisco, CA
2/18 SOLD OUT in Portland, OR
2/19 SOLD OUT in Seattle, WA
2/22 in Salt Lake City, UT
2/23 SOLD OUT in Denver, CO
2/26 SOLD OUT in Chicago, IL
2/28 SOLD OUT in Boston, MA
3/1 SOLD OUT in Boston, MA
3/2 SOLD OUT in Brooklyn, NY
3/3 SOLD OUT in Philadelphia, PA
3/5 in Washington, DC
3/8 SOLD OUT in Atlanta, GA
3/9 SOLD OUT in Orlando, FL
3/12 in Nashville, TN
3/14 SOLD OUT in Dallas, TX
3/15 in Houston, TX
3/16 in Austin, TX (SXSW)
Tree’s groundbreaking Alien Boy EP was released in Spring 2018 and saw an impressive debut at #5 on iTunes. The EP’s lead singles “Alien Boy” x “All That” were accompanied by a hilarious companion video where Tree can be seen cruising around on everything from a Razor scooter to a monster truck. The video has racked up over 9 million views to date.
In 2017, Tree joined close friend and collaborator, Whethan, on select dates of The Chainsmokers’ “Memories” Tour and also teamed up with Louis The Child on select dates of their nationwide tour, including a sold-out show at Los Angeles’ famed Hollywood Palladium. This tour was just the next on the ever-growing list of live shows for Oliver Tree since making his festival debut with solo sets at Lollapalooza and Outside Lands.
Having made a striking debut with a visionary, Thom Yorke-approved cover of Radiohead’s “Karma Police,” Tree has shaken up the music scene with featured collaborations including Whethan vs. Oliver Tree’s “When I’m Down” and Getter’s “Forget It (feat. Oliver Tree).” Tree lit up Coachella with his distinctive look – featured in LA Weekly’s “The Best (And Weirdest) Fashion at Coachella 2017” – and memorable live appearance alongside frequent collaborator Whethan. In addition, Tree made his network television debut by joining Getter for a live rendition of “Forget It” on NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly.