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Ten Eighty Trees Start Over With ‘Brand New Skin’

Ten Eighty Trees Brand New Skin review on Right Chord Music

Conveying a powerful message of hope, alt-rock band Ten Eighty Trees returns with a marvellous addition to their repertoire called Brand New Skin.

Ten Eighty Trees – Brand New Skin

Ten Eighty Trees is an alternative rock trio that draws influence from the early 2000s sound of both sides of the pond. Try to think of it as if the UK indie rock revival of The Cribs and Maximo Park clashed with the American mainstream Emo of Fall Out Boy and Jimmy Eat World.

Over the last years, this group has released banger after banger, amassing thousands of streams. Proof of this is their previous track Little Sparks, which gathered over 4,000 plays on Spotify since its launch a month ago.

Ready to keep harvesting accomplishments, Ten Eighty Trees has unveiled its newest offering, Brand New Skin. This composition explores how difficult it is to eliminate any unnecessary emotional extra weight you might be carrying, illustrating overwhelming feelings of anxiety, burnout, and fatigue but hinting at the idea that it is possible to overcome this negativity and have a fresh start.

Such an important message is flawlessly delivered through a mixture of euphoric riffage and blasting drums, channelling all these emotions into an adrenaline-charged chorus that will keep audiences jumping and singing all night long.

“Brand New Skin is a hard-hitting anthemic ode to hope and resiliency.”

As if all this wasn’t good enough, the band has announced their upcoming tour dates for October. Don’t waste the opportunity to see these lads perform if they are around your area:

  • 3rd – Hull – The Polar Bear
  • 4th – Sheffield – The Washington
  • 5th – Birmingham – Subside
  • 7th – Newcastle – Zerox, The Shooting Gallery
  • 17th – Manchester – Loc91
  • 26th – Edinburgh- Legends
  • 27th – Dunfermline – PJ Molloys

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Words Javier Rodriguez