London-via-Leeds four-piece Ten Hands High have treated us with their new single, Kitchen Table. The single kicks off phase five of the bands planned musical output, setting the standard for things to come perfectly.
Leaning into more pop-based sonic territory, the feel-good track will quite literally have you dancing on the table. Frontman Alexi Buckingham leads the charge with his endearing vocals, luring you in above a joyful soundscape led by bright and jolly guitar work. Kitchen Table is all about those long nights out on the town as a relationship begins to blossom, and getting yourself into crazy situations that form core memories you'll look back on for years to come. The release arrives alongside an official visual, directed by Buckingham.
Speaking of the track, the band share with MILKY, "...so this is our new tune called Kitchen Table! It's a tune about living a crazy lifestyle with someone you're falling for and we made it bespoke for playing live... The outro should be a nutty moment at our big London show April 7th and we just can't wait! It's probably our poppiest tune yet but still retains a bit of weirdness we feel and the lyrics are super imaginative which hopefully makes things super fun to listen to."
Having made their debut in 2019, Ten Hands High encompass the best of indie-rock with their anthemic and relatable songs, pushing the sonic boundaries by weaving in subtle threads of alt-pop, RNB, hip-hop. With two EP's and a string of singles under their belt, the four-piece have gone on to sell out shows across UK and landed spins on BBC Radio 1.
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