Treehouse is the solo debut from Samuel Cooper, the driving force behind the pop-loving, genre-splitting indie duo, Sunglasses. With eleven-tracks clocking in at over fifty-four minutes, the recording of the album was a substantial undertaking. With songwriting and production that is equal parts Brian Wilson and the Flaming Lips, Treehouse is graced with infectious melodies, layered orchestration, heartbroken yet hopeful lyrics, and a formidable level of experimentation. The album has many standout moments including the 60s pop melodies of both the title track and "Days Are Numbered", the joyous shuffle of "Bread", and the wonderfully romantic harmonies on album-opener, "Faucet". With Treehouse, Samuel Cooper shows that there is indeed a promising solo life to built on the successes of his group, Sunglasses.