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Ten Tonnes has dropped another new track 'Lucy'

It's taken from his self-titled debut album, which is now set for release on 3rd May.
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Published: 11:49 am, February 28, 2019Words: Stephen Ackroyd.
Ten Tonnes has dropped another new track 'Lucy'

Ten Tonnes has debuted a new track, 'Lucy'.

Taken from his self-titled debut album, which is now set for release on 3rd May, and debuted as Annie Mac's Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1 - you can check it out below.

"I’m so excited to finally properly release this tune,” says Ethan Barnett. “It’s the song that started everything off for me so I’ve always had a special place for it, and it's become a fan favourite on tour too.”

Ten Tonnes hits the road this May for a headline run that calls off in Birmingham, Nottingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester, Norwich, Oxford and London. He's also booked in to appear at UK festivals including Reading, Leeds, Glasgow Summer Sessions, Truck, Y Not, Hit The North and Kendal Calling.

Those live dates read:

May
7 Birmingham, O2 Institute
9 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
10 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
11 Glasgow, St. Luke’s
13 Manchester, Gorilla
14 Norwich, The Waterfront
16 Oxford, The Bullingdon
17 London, Heaven

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