London pop duo TEN FÉ have just released a video for their current single Turn. The track sees Leo back on vocals and offers a more stripped back and solemn side of the band as Leo mourns a strained relationship. Sonically, TEN FÉ continue their 80s inspired soft rock that is often reminiscent of Fleetwood Mac and Bruce Springsteen alike.
TEN FÉ are Ben Moorhouse and Leo Duncan who started the band a year ago. In 2013 their debut single Time was received with critical acclaim. A successful EP release followed and the pair were subsequently invited to record a session for the BBC at the legendary Maida Vale studios.
Turn is the latest glimpse from their forthcoming debut album, produced by Ewan Pearson (M83, Jagwar Ma, The Rapture) over a year’s exile in Berlin, and is set for release at the start of next year on SOME KINDA LOVE / [PIAS]. The Turn 7” including Ewan Pearson’s remix is available for pre-order here.
Ten Fé play Rough Trade East in London on October 26th as part of Rough Trade’s 40th Birthday and are supporting The Veils at Koko Camden on October 25th. They played the Reeperbahn festival and a packed-out headline show in Berlin this autumn.