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Albums Of The Week: Ten Tonnes | Dancing, Alone

The British singer-songwriter's strong second set offers all the memorable melodies & razor-sharp hooks you expect — along with some impressive fretwork you don't.


THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Since releasing his self-titled debut album, Ten Tonnes — aka Ethan Barnett — has undergone a multitude of changes both in his life and in his music.

The four years between the debut record and its followup served as a recalibration for the songwriter. He went independent, moved out of London, started therapy, focused on the introverted part of his brain, and has returned with a mature and majestic second album about refection, growing up and carving a different path for himself.

The indie juggernaut’s clear progression is showcased throughout his irresistible new offering; mixed by esteemed engineer Jag Jago (Maccabees, Magic Gang, Matt Maltese), as he seeks to build on previous plaudits across the broadsheets, key indie titans, and countless plays on the airwaves.”


Photo by Phoebe Fox.
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