Mini Trees shares new single, “Cracks in the Pavement”

Today, Mini Trees, the solo musical project of the Southern California born and Los Angeles based songwriter Lexi Vega, has shared “Cracks in the Pavement“. It’s the latest single from her upcoming debut album, Always In Motion, which will be released on September 17, 2021 via her new label home, Run For Cover Records.

‘Cracks in the Pavement’ is a song that I began writing to process unrequited feelings towards a friend, but later evolved into a larger reflection on the lack and longing that I felt in my life at the time,” says Lexi. “The lyrics attempt to personify an unknown, alternate version of my life as I follow this vague character around in search of some sense of contentment, ultimately ending with the phrase, “if only anything was ever as it seemed”, a realization that the grass isn’t always greener, and that the discontentment I needed to confront was internal rather than circumstantial.

Listen to “Cracks in the Pavement” below:

Along with the upcoming release of Always In Motion, Mini Trees will begin a US tour, which features opening dates for Tasha, Julien Baker, and Thao, on Saturday, September 11.

9/11: Union Stage, Washington DC w. Thao
9/13: 9:30 Club, Washington DC w. Julien Baker, Thao
9/14: Beacon Theatre, New York, NY w. Julien Baker, Thao
9/15: Franklin Music Hall, Philly, PA w/ Julien Baker, Thao
9/17: House of Blues, Boston, MA w. Julien Baker, Thao
9/30: Moroccan Lounge, Los Angeles, CA w/ AO Gerber
11/29: Mahalls, Lakewood, Ohio w. Tasha
11/30: The Sanctuary, Detroit, MI w. Tasha
12/3: Cafe 939, Boston, MA w. Tasha
12/4: PhilaMOCA, Philadelphia, PA w. Tasha
12/7: Trans-Pecos, Brooklyn, NY w. Tasha
12/8: Creative Alliance, Baltimore, MD w. Tasha
12/9: Songbyrd, Washington, DC w. Tasha
12/10: The Camel, Richmond, VA w. Tasha
12/12: Aisle 5, Atlanta, GA W. Tasha
12/13: The East Room, Nashville, TN w. Tasha
12/14: Hi-Fi, Indianapolis, IN w. Tasha
12/15: Rose Bowl Tavern, Urbana, IL w. Tasha

Photo credit: Danielle Parsons
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