Edge Fest Interview with The Treble On Love This City TV Their first official single to radio, entitled ‘Boston’ is already making an impact, and catching on with both programmers and fans alike. The track is indicative of just how collaborative the five musicians are. No one gets too precious about their ideas, allowing for a free-flowing discussion that creates an openness which is rare amongst groups of creative people. “It is one of our folkier songs, but still has a pretty good pop sensibility to it. The song is special to us because it really only came together in its final form after we all got together on it. We had been working with this song for a long time. It was virtually done but there was something that still didn’t seem right about it,” said Brusegard, who said that he took five cracks at the chorus before throwing up his hands. “So we brought everyone together, and we actually decided to try it out live. So everybody started singing and we had sort of a five-part harmony thing and that brought the chorus and the whole song to life. We were able to finish the song really quickly and when we heard the final version it gave us all chills. I don’t think any of us thought ‘oh yeah this is going to be a big hit,’ but it’s certainly a song that we all just really love as a band. Boston really represents everything that’s special about The Treble.” Brusegard said the song ‘Overrated’ is truly a cautionary tale about life in the fast-paced, technologically-dependent 21st Century.