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Ten Tonnes has released a catchy new indie bop - check out 'Better Than Me'

"It's one of my absolute favourites," he explains.
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Published: 11:48 am, November 13, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Ten Tonnes has released a catchy new indie bop - check out 'Better Than Me'

Ten Tonnes has shared a new single, ‘Better Than Me’.

It’s a track from his self-titled debut record, which will be released on 5th April via Warner Bros. Records. It also features recent tunes ‘G.I.V.E.’, ‘Cracks Between’, and ‘Lay It On Me’.

“This was written in one of the last sessions for the record and it’s one of my absolute favourites,” he explains. “It was really fun to write and it came together really quickly.

“When we got to recording it I played all the instruments (excluding drums) as this is how I always used to make my records. It was lovely getting back to that way of recording and piecing the track together.

“I’m chuffed with the outcome, I can’t wait to get out and play it live everywhere”.

Check out ‘Better Than Me’ below.

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