Ten Fé – from busking to band

Ten Fé 2018 band shot

Ten Fé

Formation as a duo in London

The band Ten Fé (Spanish for “keep the faith”) was founded by musicians Ben Moorhouse and Leo Duncan who met busking on the London tube. Their first single Time was released in 2013 and was soon followed by Make Me Better, In The Air, and Elodie – all of which appeared on their debut album.

Debut album released in 2017

The duo eventually found their way to Berlin where they recorded their critically acclaim debut album Hit The Light with Ewan Pearson (Jagwar Ma, M83, The Rapture). The record was released on February 3rd 2017 via SOME KINDA LOVE / [PIAS].

Becoming a five piece

Having spent 18 months on the road together, the band is now officially a five piece. Ben Moorhouse and Leo Duncan are now joined permanently by childhood friends Rob Shipley (Bass), Johnny Drain (keyboards) and Alex Hammond (drums).

On November 9th 2017, Ten Fé released their new single Single, No Return. On August 10th 2018, Not Tonight was released.

New Ten Fé album Future Past, Present Tense

On October 17th 2018, the band announced their new album Future Past, Present Tense will be released via Some Kinda Love/Pias on March 8 2019. They also revealed the new single Won’t Happen and announced a UK, US and European tour. Check back regularly for the latest news, shows & ticket.



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