Ten Fè’s latest single Another Way is a wondrous pop spectacle

Another Way reveals a slightly more delicate side of their sound ahead of February's debut album

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Ten Fè are back with another new single, and it’s yet again a wondrous pop spectacle.

Another Way is the last track to be revealed from their debut album Hit The Light ahead of its release next month.

Recorded in Berlin, it’s a ballad-like lament that agonizes over themes of loneliness, with synths and gentle strums in its underbelly and more delicate vocals than their previous work.

Ten Fè have released a spate of fashionable singles over the past two years, including the synth hit Twist Your Arm earlier this month.

Both feature on their 11-track full-length, as do Elodie, Make Me Better, Turn and In The Air.

It’s quite a collection already, and 3 February is the date to mark to hear more on the album, which is available for pre-order now.

Ten Fè are also setting off on an extensive tour next month, traversing across Europe before ten dates in the UK.

They’re also scheduled to perform at Bonnaroo in the US between 8-11 June.

Ten Fè UK and European Tour

February 23 – V11 – Rotterdam, Netherlands
February 25 – Sugar Factory – Amsterdam, Netherlands
February 27 – Atlas – Aarhus, Denmark
February 28 – Vega – Copenhagen, Denmark
March 3 – Nochtspeicher – Hamburg, Germany
March 4 – Privatclub – Berlin, Germany
March 5 – Studio 672 – Cologne, Germany
March 8 – Green Door Store – Brighton, UK
March 9 – Oslo – London, UK
March 10 – Louisiana – Bristol, UK
March 11 – Clwb Ifor Bach – Cardiff, UK
March 12 – Hare and Hounds – Birmingham, UK
March 15 – Buyer’s Club – Liverpool, UK
March 16 – Bodega – Nottingham, UK
March 17 – Soup Kitchen – Manchester, UK
March 18 – Headrow House – Leeds, UK
March 19 – Broadcast – Glasgow, UK
March 24 – Le Pop Up Du Label – Paris, France
March 25 – Razzmatazz – Barcelona, Spain
March 30 – Siroco – Madrid, Spain
March 31 – Radar Studios – Vigo, Spain
April 1 – Gijón Sound Festival – Gijón, Spain

Katy Blackwood
Katy Blackwood is the Editor of FEISTY. She's been a self-confessed music geek, stan and encyclopedia since her childhood, loving both new and older sounds alike. Katy started out as a contributor to various magazines before founding FEISTY as an independent, female-led platform for new music.

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