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Ten Fé Announce Release New Track “No Night Lasts Forever,” Add Additional US Tour Dates

Ten Fé have released new single “No Night Lasts Forever.” Expansive and cinematic, it carries longing and optimism in equal measure on a wave of lush synths.

Soundcloud: listen HERE. Spotify/iTunes/Apple Music: listen HERE

The band announced their second album Future Perfect, Present Tense last month, due for release on March, 8 2019 via Some Kinda Love/PIAS: a poignant, uplifting meditation on everything that’s brought them to this point, and all they’ve left behind in getting there.

Already introduced by singles “Not Tonight,” and “Won’t Happen”, it adds up to a record about time – the time it takes, the time you’ll never get back, and the times still to come – from a band with a deep appreciation of taking the rough with the smooth.

Speaking about new song “No Night Lasts Forever”, a fitting lead single, the band say: “there was a debate when we were writing the song as to whether that’s an optimistic or a pessimistic statement. But we decided we liked the ambiguity – that it didn’t have to be one or the other.” It’s impossible to miss the sting of regret and passing of time that colors tracks like this one and the rest of the forthcoming LP, yet their ear for an infectious melody always elevates the sentiment.

The track showcases the band’s work in the studio with Luke Smith (Foals, Petite Noir, Anna of the North), and is mixed by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Florence & The Machine, Amen Dunes).

Finding a sweet spot somewhere between the woozy drawl of War on Drugs and the taut melodrama of Fleetwood Mac, new album Future Perfect, Present Tense will follow on from the band’s debut Hit The Light which came out in early 2017 and received widespread acclaim.

The band have just announced their biggest-yet tour of the UK, Europe & US in Spring 2019 to promote Future Perfect, Present Tense.

TOUR DATES:

USA

19-Mar, NY,NY, Bowery Ballroom

20-Mar, Allston, MA, Great Scott

21-Mar, Philadelphia, PA, Milkboy

23-Mar, Toronto, ON, The Drake Hotel

27-Mar, Detroit, MI, Magic Bag

28-Mar, Milwaukee, WI, Colectivo

30-Mar, Chicago, IL, Schubas

31-Mar, Minneapolis, MN, 7th Street Entry

02-Apr, Denver, CO, Globe Hall

05-Apr, Phoenix, AZ, Valley Bar

06-Apr, Las Vegas, NV, The Bunkhouse Saloon

07-Apr, San Diego, CA, The Casbah

09-Apr, Los Angeles, CA, Troubadour

11-Apr, San Fran, CA,The Independent

13-Apr, Portland, OR, Doug Fir Lounge

14-Apr, Vancouver, Biltmore Cabaret

15-Apr, Seattle, WA, Barboza

EUROPE

15-Nov, London, UK, Islington Assembly Hall

27-Nov, Birmingham, UK, Hare & Hounds

28-Nov, Manchester, UK, The Deaf Institute

25-Apr, Edinburgh, UK, Sneaky Pete’s

26-Apr, Newcastle, UK, Think Tank?

27-Apr, Leeds, UK, Headrow House

29-Apr, Nottingham, UK, Rough Trade

30-Apr, Bristol, UK, The Louisiana

01-May, Brighton, UK, The Hope & Ruin

04-May, Paris, FR, Pont FMR

05-May, Antwerp, BE, Trix

07-May, Zurich, CH, Papierzaal

09-May, Vienna, AT, B72

10-May, Prague, CZ, Café vs Lese

11-May, Berlin, DE, Musik & Frieden

13-May, Hamburg, DE, Molotow

14-May, Cologne, DE, Studio 672

16-May, Nijmegen, NL, Merleyn

17-May, Rotterdam, NL, Rotown

18-May, Utrecht, NL, EKKO

19-May, Amsterdam, NL, Bitterzoet

About RJ Frometa

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