I’ve recently been taken by the song “Things Will Change” by English folk rock band the Treetop Flyers, which is off their debut album The Mountain Moves. The band is obviously heavily influenced by 70s folk rock artists like Crosby, Stills, and Nash and America. This song particularly evokes the latter band though not all of their songs do. I don’t think my father has purposefully listened to new music since roundabout 1985, but I feel like this is totally something he would enjoy. I’m waiting for them to be featured in the New York Times column Music Match in which Val Haller tells Baby Boomers about current bands they may like based on bands from their era. Though she has already used both Crosby, Stills, and Nash and America as comparison bands so maybe not.
Anyway, if you like 70s folk rock, I highly suggest you check out “Things Will Change” along with the rest of the Treetop Flyers album. Though maybe don’t actually do it by watching this video. I just watched the video for the first time when looking to embed it in this post and had to stop watching because it was making me dizzy.
Here listen to it via Soundcloud instead.