32 tens

About The Band

Named after the classic 90’s Nokia phone, 32 tens are a retro video games and music-obsessed indie outfit from the Northwestern UK town of Warrington.

The band have a blend of sing-along indie anthems with modern urban lyrical flows and authentic themes. They played their first gig in September 2017 at Rivfest to a crowd of more than 3000 people supporting Billy Bragg and Maximo Park in memory of Viola Beach.

Their first single Insane Asylum was released the same month followed by Lost in October which, by the close of 2018 had been placed in the top-ten most-streamed tracks across all of Spotify’s Indie Lists. With a steady stream of releases to their credit since, they continue to write and record music they love to play.

There are no pretences with 32 tens, what you see is what you get, a completely different beast to the polished TV formats that first launched frontman Max Vickers into the public eye or drummer Danny Hall’s previous venture with Busted’s James Bourne and Son of Dork. They are laid back, authentic and full of gritty integrity – dirty indie at its best, with influences from Jamie T, Jack White and The Arctic Monkeys.

Giving incredibly strong live performances and with their streaming stats now running into the millions, they are tipped as ones to watch by many sources including BBC Introducing’s Dave Monks, This Feeling, Getintothis, Gigslutz and Fred Perry Sub-Culture who described them as, ‘Seriously Funking Good’.

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