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Big news on next step revealed on radio session…

Al O’Hare was a special guest on journalist Ian Hall’s Liverpool Student Media radio show recently. We’ve got the Listen Again here now – with Al talking about the end of The Trestles, a new direction and exclusive solo acoustic performances of new songs ‘The Grave’ (listen at 12.40) and ‘Michael’ (listen at 28.50). The interview is a revealing one and touches on what’s happening with all members of the band right now. Al says: “Take it for what it is. Everything is a work in progress at the minute – including these two tunes. We’ve got massive changes in the pipeline and things have already started happening. The Trestles were the river – where we’re going next is the sea…” Enjoy! And keep your eye on Al’s Twitter for developments.


New single on iTunes now!

Our brand new single is available on iTunes from today.

Artwork courtesty of milkyone.co.uk

‘Oscar Wilde (Stole My Morning)’ is a slice of perfect guitar pop that was recorded at Crash Studios in Liverpool recently.
The record is the first in a series of upcoming single releases from The Trestles as we continue our crusade to place the power of the song above all else.

Download your copy for just 79p here now

Read an interview with Al O’Hare about the latest news around the group

Courtesy of Nick Hill Photography, Above The Beaten Track, August 27th 2011

“The best debut album by a Liverpool band in years…”

Ian D. Hall over at Liverpool Student Media is the first journalist off the mark with reviews of both the album and last Saturday’s launch gig in Liverpool.
Calling ‘What Do You See?’ “the best debut album by a Liverpool band in years,” he rates the record highly. The album  launch also gets a great write up too. Read the album review here and the gig review here. Cheers Ian…

Details of how to obtain your copy of the CD are imminent.