LA artist signs to Run for Cover
Mini Trees – the solo musical project of the Southern California born and Los Angeles based songwriter Lexi Vega – is pleased to announce she will be releasing her debut album on Run For Cover Records. The yet-to-be announced album is tipped to be released this Fall.
To celebrate the news that new music is on the way, Vega is giving fans a preview of her latest work releasing the gorgeous new, and fittingly titled ‘Spring‘.
“’Spring’ is meant to be somewhat of a lighthearted love song about growing old with someone,” Mini Trees muses. “It confesses contrasting feelings of both fear and security that come with being vulnerable and fully known by another person. The underlying message is one of hopefulness though, resolving with the choice to believe this person will remain a constant in my life despite the changing nature of everything else.”
Mini Trees brings this playful abundance of bright electronic textures into this gripping atmosphere from the offset of this orchestration, these brighter tones add this subtle yet sweet essence to the aura. Elongated notes add this ominious pattern to the new release, a vital vibe emits instantly from this creation and hooks the audience throughout its exploration. The delicate vocal harmonies add this immersive bed into the mix. You find yourself embracing each raw lyric as Mini Trees lyrically paints such a vivid picture with their words. This release will carry you within the etheral soundscape and tender traits.
After playing drums in other bands for years, Lexi vega began writing and recording her own music under the moniker Mini Trees in 2018. She recorded her first solo track in the summer of 2018 with producer Jon Joseph and was immediately hooked on the feeling of creating something that spoke directly to her as an artist. Mini Trees debut EP, Steady Me, dropped in 2019 and Lexi followed it with last year’s EP, Slip Away. Mini Trees has been a natural evolution for Lexi, who grew up in Southern California surrounded by music.
Mini Trees had begun to play shows around the West Coast in early 2020 when everything came to a halt. Suddenly she was home, with endless time to think, and the pause made her begin to reevaluate her own identity and beliefs. Initially, she had planned to write and record a third EP in 2020, but quickly Lexi realized she had the time and inspiration for an album instead, going into the studio with Jon for several recording sessions last summer.