"chamber pop" the intensity of a chamber music quartet, but with a modern kruder & dorfmeister approach. If damien rice met cat power and they had a daughter, they'd name her Treas . The sound we're going for is simple but complex; laced with melancholy, it evokes night more than day, and it never, ever shows off. It's minimal, because music for us isn't about the quantity of notes, but the quality of sound. Brian's vibrating strings on cello insinuate through tommaso's rhodes keys, while andré on the acoustic guitar supports tracy's soulful vocals, which travels emotional distance at the speed of light - and that's what Treas is about: putting the feeling back in music, reminding us that there's more to life than work and money - because, in the end, what's life without music?