MORGAN TRENI & THE LANDSCAPES is an American rock band formed by singer/songwriter, Morgan Treni. Led by Treni's psychedelic and raw vocals, the band seeks to design performances that inspire people through adventuresome melodies and soulful lyrics.
Treni attributes the start of The Landscapes and songwriting to "Old Blue," a trusty '96 Volvo that taught her about listening on the open road. Publishing English papers transformed into writing songs, and since senior year of college, Morgan Treni & The Landscapes has been pushing toward that world of music.
Their debut album, The Dreamer and Other Essays, released in 2013 to showcase 10 original songs, a modern rhythm section, and classical string arrangements written by Michael Treni. The album also carries a country song called "Delaware," which pays homage to the college town that first supported their music. (Read the album review here.)
The band's second record, The Alphabet City, will release in spring of 2018.