Indie four-piece Ten Hands High release brand new single “6 Weeks”.
Ten Hands High, based in London and made in Leeds, have just released the latest of a string of singles – “6 Weeks”. The indie four-piece have proved popular with audiences nationally, selling out their debut London headline at the Hope and Anchor in Islington, not to mention supporting bands such as Spilt Milk Society, The Clause and Luna Bay.
Phase two of the band’s journey has so far consisted of February release “Red Wine”, which garnered attention from indie music fans internationally, and “6 Weeks” sees the band set to reach new heights with it’s Summery beats. “We were looking through our drummer Tom’s Instagram and found an instrumental from 2014 that he made when he was 16,” the band explain. “That instrumental became the chorus of this tune which we went on to write the rest of, whilst cramped together in a grimy Leeds uni house in Hyde Park.”
The song tells the story of a relationship that is ultimately doomed to become a Summer fling, at the will of a character who doesn’t want to commit; “I don’t wanna call it a fling / but you’re not my everything”. High energy and uplifting throughout, Ten Hands High show off their songwriting prowess. “6 Weeks” is likely to get your feet moving on beer-sodden floors of the nation’s beloved independent venues, and these guys are definitely ones to watch. Be sure to keep up with their music on social media…