London band Ten Fé are back with some new music this week with the brooding and meditative song “Elodie”. The duo of Ben Moorhouse and Leo Duncan hope they’ll get the same reaction to this one, as with their December release of “In The Air“, which went to no. 2 in the Hype Machine chart,
“Elodie” is a modern love song, with a groove evokes influences of The Cure and The War On Drugs. It showcases Ten Fe’s song-writing abilities, with Ben and Leo’s vocal styles playing off one another’s throughout the track. As on “In The Air”, Ben is on lead vocal once more, narrating in a rich Springsteen baritone a conversation between two lovers.
“Elodie” is released on London label Bad Life (Petite Noir, Mai Kino, Attaque, Whitey) and is track #3 that gives us a hint of what’s in store from the band’s forthcoming full-length album, which they have been working on in Berlin with producer Ewan Pearson (Jagwar Ma, M83, The Rapture).
If you’re looking to catch the band live, UK and European fans can track them down at The Pickle Factory, London, on 5 May as well as The Great Escape 2016 and the Lost Village festival. The band will play several UK and European festivals including Trafalgar Festival, Spain in July with Everything Everything, Circa Waves, Damien Jurado and Crystal Fighters and many more to be announced.
Take a spin of “Elodie”.