Welcome to The Tenmours! We are a three piece band from Yorkshire in the UK. You will not have heard anything like us! We present you a listening adventure that combines love of authentic acoustic power, rock, film & world music coupled with a raging live show. From the softest of tales to the darkest depths of the human soul, we invite you to immerse yourself in the mood and atmosphere of our music and join us as our journey changes, grows and evolves through time.
www.thetenmours.co.uk | Alex - singer, 23 | Aninka - violin, 23 | Adam - drummer, 23 |
The Tenmours are British alternative band with roots in rock, folk, blues, film and world music. Formed in 2013, the band quickly began to make a name for themselves on the live music circuit. This culminated in the recording of their debut EP ‘A Poet’s Heart which was released under Lake District label Watermark-Music. (This release saw the band perform on numerous festival stages and UK busking tours making a name for themselves on radios and newspapers in the UK.)
In 2017 they performed on numerous festival stages and with the likes of Jon Gomm, Shelagh McDonald and Colm Mac Com Iomaire, Maddy Prior, topped off with several of their own showcase concerts such as their sold-out show at Leeds College of Music.
In 2018 they successfully crowdfunded their second EP ‘Maze’ which was followed by a summer of gigs, concerts & festivals; notably performing on the main stage of Music on The Marr Festival. Amongst the press and radio shows ‘Moving On’ from the ‘Maze’ EP was featured in the Mike Harding Christmas podcast.
With the release of their first music video ‘Maze’ and a spring tour in 2019, they notably performed at Grassington Festival (In the summer they started working with environmental group Extinction Rebellion leading to their first major performance) and at Leeds Festival on the Alternative Stage accompanied by the Extinction Rebellion Orchestra. Having gained manager Mark Kelly, their autumn/winter tour, 18 dates strong commenced starting off with a performance at Leeds Global Strike for climate change in front of 13,000 people. (Their tour marked their first ever gigs in London which were a success)
As with much of the world - the band's 2020 plans; which include a first European tour; are on hold.
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