British Rockers Ten Fé brought their psychedelic indie tunes to the 7th St Entry on Sunday night. Originally from London, England, the band is on tour in support of their new album “Future Perfect, Present Tense.” Their vibe instantly reminded me of Tame Impala. With their long hair and atmospheric music, it’s hard not to make the comparison.
Minneapolis band Graveyard Club opened up the show and got the crowd dancing right away. At first, it appeared that a majority of the audience was there to see them. After their set, a large crowd formed around the merch table. Finally, Ten Fé emerged from the darkness and Stranger Things-esque music played in the background.
Ten Fé sounded great throughout the night, it was hard to resist nodding along to the music. It seemed the crowd was shy. For the first half of the set very few people were down on the floor. The lead singer had to coax the crowd to come forward and fill the gaps, but once people had warmed up, they had a great time.
In Spanish, Ten Fé means “to have faith.” This mantra was evident throughout the performance. The crowd may have been timid at first, but by the end everyone was dancing along and the music spoke for itself. Their infectious hit “Elodie” was a highlight of the night and encompasses the overall presence of the band.