Conceptually provocative and musically enveloping to match, Tree Hill leads with absolute purpose and depth throughout a beautifully contemporary, long-form and unpredictable yet uplifting Jupiter.
Skilfully tuned to a renowned 432Hz, Jupiter provides both the meditative ambiance to escape into, and the gentle guiding vocal for a more specific journey outwards into the ether.
Utilising auto-tune and synths for a full yet mellow sound, the track feels something like a Gospel-style speech, a spoken word segment over the top of a cinematic wash of energy and warmth – the pinnacle moment in some story or scene.
The music consumes you, and so do the ideas, prompting you to face your struggles at the same time as understand the potential and possibilities that lie ahead. It’s realism and optimism united.
Not your usual 432Hz offering, more complex and loaded with personality, a clear sense of identity, this release introduces Tree Hill with intrigue. The words seem both personal and accessible – reflective of the listener, of all of us, but revealing and therapeutic, too, as an outpouring for the artist.
In every case, the progression is transfixing, and consistently passionate – delivering a genuine connection. I look forward to hearing where else the music takes Tree Hill in the coming months.