Have you ever listened to a someone who wasn’t saying anything profound or enlightening, but you were sure the person held a depth and complexity you would struggle to fully comprehend?. Well, that is the feeling of appreciation that surfaces each time we play the latest release from Ten Fé.
The swagger and stride of ‘Single, No Return’ give a sense of a band who are loving being on the road and playing together night after night. The theme is pretty timeless and the band refer to it as a direct descendant of Hank William’s ‘Ramblin Man,’ a song that they have in their busking repertoire. When it came to arranging it, it naturally had the country, Stones, CCR, CSN&Y vibe with a bit of Black Country swing added to the mix."
“Single, No Return” by Ten Fé