Ten Fé today reveal their new single Single, No Return, their first new music since the release of their debut album Hit The Light in February. The band is also happy to announce that they’re officially a five piece after touring together for 18 months in a row.
Founding members Ben Moorhouse and Leo Duncan are now joined permanently by childhood friends Rob Shipley (Bass), Johnny Drain (keyboards) and Alex Hammond (drums). With a bunch of new songs under their belt, they’re heading off to Norway in a couple of weeks to record their second full length album.
Single, No Return is their first track as a quintet and moves on where Hit The Light left off. Inspired by Hank William’s Ramblin Man, a song that they have in their busking repertoire, Single, No Return is the signature story of a man that loves being on the road rather than settling down.
Ten Fé will play their biggest London headline show to date at Dingwalls on Thursday 23 November. Tickets are available via Seetickets.
Ten Fé – Single, No Return
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