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Wear Me Down is Ten Eighty Trees’ Single

Good Day Noir Family,
welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s featured Band is Ten Eighty Trees and their Single Wear Me Down.

Wear Me Down is Ten Eighty Trees’ Single

The sound of this band is intense and epic.

As soon as I hit the play button I immediately appreciated the 80′ vibes of this sound.

Special mention to the singer who has a strong talent for interpreting the melody, transferring deep emotions that are able to touch the listener.

Although it is music inspired by the past, there are some modern nuances that made me think of bands like Panic at The Disco. This sound blend, therefore, manages to be very original and stand out from the crowd.

All band members do their job professionally and support the song flawlessly. You feel that Ten Eighty Trees have managed to develop a desirable musical alchemy.

A band that produces quality music that I recommend to everyone.

Wear Me Down is Ten Eighty Trees’ Single Out Now!

Epic and Intense!

Wear Me Down is Ten Eighty Trees’ Single

Ten Eighty Trees are a band deep rooted in the North of England. Brazenly loud and intoxicatingly infectious songwriting, The Trees have blossomed into one of the most vivacious bands on the UK rock scene since their inception. Exploring the human condition through their cathartic alt-rock anthems, Ten Eighty Trees are “The Kick” that you need to break loose from the overwhelming pace of modern living.

Taken from their upcoming 2023 EP, Wear Me Down sees Ten Eighty Trees in blistering, hook laden form. Influenced by the colossal sounds of Thrice, Nirvana & Manic Street Preachers, this intense yet melodic alt rock anthem sees the Tyneside trio exploring the burnout that toxic perfectionism can cause. The trend of working yourself into the ground goes under the spotlight here with the protagonist burning for some respite from an unsustainable pace of life. The Trees have previously opened for We Are Scientists, King No-One, Jake Bugg and Bob Vylan, receiving further backing from BBC Radio 6 Music, as well as placements on Spotify editorial playlists.

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