Aching for new music that’s claimed to be majorly influenced by a whole lot of Bruce Springsteen and The Cure? Look no further than London-based duo Ten Fé, consisting of Ben Moorhouse and Leo Duncan, who have shared a new single cut from their forthcoming debut LP, Hit The Light.
Recorded in Berlin and drawing on a range of nostalgic styles, Hit The Light was named simply for the process of dark turning into the light- a concept that described the four long years of work put into this release. It’s seen the duo busking on the London Underground to bedroom studios and eventually Berlin, where their creative identities could finally be satisfied.
“Twist Your Arm” follows previous singles, “Make Me Better”, “In The Air”, “Elodie” and “Turn”, all hitting over 6 million Spotify streams and generating a lot of hype for this driving indie-pop band. The latest cut is a percussion heavy, 80’s pop anthem heaving with siren-like wails of electric guitars, making for a fist-pumping (anti?)love song sure to be a stand-out on the album.