Album Review: Pink Tree Paradise // Caye (6/1/18)
I really hope by now that my obsession with Caye is obvious. Last night, he finally dropped his album “Pink Tree Paradise,” and my obsession is just growing. I listened to the album top to bottom twice, and the more I listen to it, the more I find things to enjoy about it.
The vibe of the album fits perfectly with its title. It makes you feel like you’re on a beach in the summer relaxing, hanging out with friends and messing around. When I was trying to find a way of explaining this album, I just kept thinking about how it’s the perfect track list for a summer fling.
The production of this album is incredible. Each song is different enough that you don’t get bored, but it flows easily as well. The instrumentals and the lyrics fit perfectly together, and overall it just sounds GOOD. If you’re looking for a summertime-beachy-vibe with some witty and clever lyrics, Pink Tree Paradise is the album for you.
I’ve said it before, but this music isn’t going to be for everyone. I’m not going to send it to my pop-punk friends trying to say they’ll love it. But, I do believe that this album is going to skyrocket Caye’s career, and I can’t wait to see what he does with this.
It’s so hard to pick my favorite song off the album and I’m sure this will change as I listen to it more, but so far, my favorite track is Swisher Sweet, featuring Rosy.
Congratulations to Caye for releasing an incredible and coherent album! Still dying to work with you.