The One Through Tens
are quickly gaining a reputation in Nashville for their explosive live performances. Show after unrelenting show they leave every piece of themselves onstage. Their new full length release, “Fighting for a Golden Age,” captures that same intensity in a studio recording, and is already garnering optimistic critical acclaim, on the national and international level. Singer Will Floyd's voice has been compared to vocalists such as Robert Plant and Shannon Hoon, while guitarist Adam Louis consistently defies audiences and critics alike with his blistering capabilities on the fretboard, melding jazz, blues, rock, punk, and metal into his own extremely unique style. When playing together their melodies twist and soar high above the current state of modern rock, complemented well by the thunderous rhythms of bassist Ben Lowry and drummer Abby Hairston. While the One Through Tens’ musical influences range far and wide, their sound draws comparison to bands like Alice in Chains, Wolfmother, and Queens of the Stone Age, even being labeled as an "angrier Mumford and Sons." But what has really set the band apart is the intensity of raw emotion and individual musical skill that they consistently bring to the stage and studio. The new album is available online at the band's website, along with free downloads of selected singles. Visit them at http://theonethroughtens.com.