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Ten Fé Captures The Ambiguity Of Endings In “No Night Lasts Forever”

Endings are good/bad

Photo: Courtesy of Grandstand Media

If you ever wondered whether you are an optimist or pessimist, then Ten Fé’s “No Night Lasts Forever” is a quick test you can take to get your answer. The smooth, brilliant piece takes you to a moody euphoria where you can choose to be sad (pessimist) or happy (optimist). If you are in-between, then “No Night Lasts Forever” feels like an introverted meditation where you muse over the pros and cons of endings. Enjoy below:

In regards to the single, the band explained, “there was a debate when we were writing the song as to whether that’s an optimistic or a pessimistic statement. But we decided we liked the ambiguity – that it didn’t have to be one or the other.”

“No Night Lasts Forever” is from the band’s second album Future Perfect, Present Tense, which will be out on March 8th, 2019 via Some Kinda Love/PIAS. The band has recently added more dates to their North America tour, so go holla at them:

Europe 2018

11/15 – Islington Assembly Hall (London, UK)

11/27 – Hare & Hounds (Birmingham, UK)

11/28 – The Deaf Institute (Manchester, UK)

North America 2019

3/19 – Bowery Ballroom (New York, NY, USA)

3/20 – Great Scott (Allson, MA, USA)

3/21 – Milkboy (Philadelphia, PA, USA)

3/23 – The Drake Hotel (Toronto, ON, Canada)

3/27 – Magic Bag (Detroit, MI, USA)

3/28 – Colectivo (Milwaukee, WI, USA)

3/30 – Schubas (Chicago, IL, USA)

3/31 – 7th Street Entry (Minnesota, MN, USA)

4/2 – Globe Hall (Denver, CO, USA)

4/5 – Valley Bar (Phoenix, AZ, USA)

4/6 – The Bunkhouse (Las Vegas, NV, USA)

4/7 – The Casbah (San Diego, CA, USA)

4/9 – Troubadour (Los Angeles, CA, USA)

4/11 – The Independent (San Francisco, CA, USA)

4/13 – Doug Fir Lounge (Portland, OR, USA)

4/14 – Biltmore Cabaret (Vancouver, ON, Canada)

4/15 – Barboza (Seattle, WA, USA)

Europe 2019

4/25 – Sneaky Pete’s (Edinburgh, UK)

4/26 – Think Tank (Newcastle, UK)

4/27 – Headrow House (Leeds, UK)

4/29 – Rough Trade (Nottingham, UK)

4/30 – The Louisiana (Bristol, UK)

5/1 – Hope & Ruin (Brighton, UK)

5/4 – Pont FMR (Paris, France)

5/5 – Trix (Antwerp, Belgium)

5/7 – Papierzaal (Zurich, Switzerland)

5/9 – B72 (Wien, Austria)

5/10 – Café V Iese (Praha, Czech Republic)

5/11 – Musik & Frieden (Berlin, Germany)

5/13 – Molotow Musikclub (Hamburg, Germany)

5/14 – Studio 672 (Koln, Germany)

5/15 – Merleyn (Nijmegen, Netherlands)

5/16 – Rotown (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

5/17 – EKKO (Utrecht, Netherlands)

5/18 – Bitterzoet (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

5/19 – Bitterzoet (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

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