Northern rock outfit Ten Eighty Trees return with their pulsating new single ‘The Kick’
Telling the story of shedding the dead weight that prevents you from doing what you really want in life, Ten Eighty Trees inspiring new single ‘The Kick’ is iconic.
In this instance, getting out of a toxic relationship has long since run its course. Instead of moping around and feeling low about things not working out, ‘The Kick’ finds comfort in treating the negativity as a blessing and as a call to arms to rediscover what actually brings happiness.
Having previously performed alongside the likes of We Are Scientists, Jake Bugg, King No-One, AllUsInLove, The Virginmarys, Blackwaters and Avalanche Party, Ten Eighty Trees have also featured on North-East festival line-ups as well as playing over Sheffield’s Tramlines weekend since their inception.
6 Music’s Tom Robinson has also proved to be a fan of Ten Eighty Tree’s rock maximalism having dropped previous singles Born Free, Casual Habits and Something in the Blood during his BBC Introducing Mixtape shows on the station.
Talking about the new track, Ten Eighty Tress reveal, “The Kick captures all the energy, emotion and attitude that comes with reinventing yourself. This is Ten Eighty Trees at our most refined.”
Rock at its best, ‘The Kick’ could certainly give the Foo Fighters, Biffy Clyro and Weezer a run for their money.