Ten Hands High have shared another taste of their forthcoming debut EP, with their new single, nevermind. The track continues the four-pieces foray into more alt-pop based sounds, whilst conceptually exploring the effects of a relationship where feelings of love seem to hold more weight to one party over the other.
Speaking of the track, the band share: "The verse instrumental of this tune was actually inspired by the groove of a song from the play, Hamilton called The Schuyler Sisters.. Lyrically, it centres around the chorus line: “You got a ‘forever’ mind, but i think i’m a nevermind” - seriously unequal love in a relationship. This tune and our debut EP further explores a new genre for us; we used to be classic indie rockers, now we’re combining those roots with elements of alt-pop/rnb and we love where it’s heading."
Based in London, made in Leeds, Ten Hands High's encompass the best of indie rock, bringing threads of anthemic pop with nostalgic sounds to create their own alternative space. After making their debut single in January 2019, it wasn't long before the four-piece hosted several packed out shows in their hometown of Leeds. The band were in creative overdrive, releasing five singles in five months, selling out their debut London headline at the Hope and Anchor in Islington. Having supported Spilt Milk Society, The Clause and Luna Bay, Ten Hands High are quickly becoming a live act to be reckoned with.
nevermind is out now!