The weather might’ve taken a turn for the worse (location depending), and to suggest the world was under anything other than a metaphorical dark cloud would be a complete lie, but that’s not stopped Ten Tonnes - aka Hertfordshire singer-songwriter Ethan Barnett - from putting together a short but sweet collection of breezier-than-thou perky indie pop. Packed into just four tracks are hooks aplenty, big, booming choruses and a large swathe of optimism, whether the peppy ‘Go’, the jangly ‘Forget It’, or glam-influenced ‘Girl Are You Lonely Like Me’.
As featured in the July 2021 issue of DIY, out now. Scroll down to get your copy.
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