Meet The Tenters, An Indie band from Lincolnshire

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The Tenters

Many of us find ourselves in songs, coming to terms with who we are whilst emmersed in rich jazz tunes or dancing to a guitar solo, some of us lose ourselves along the melody. The film Good Will Hunting explores similar themes, the complexity of self and the fragility of potential which is why it inspired The Tenters to write their latest song Good Will but it could also be because two of their band members are called Will, give it a listen and decide for yourself.

Good Will

On this episode of The Lincoln Ear podcast I had the pleasure of speaking to Will Munton and Robert Lester about what it’s like to play live, what they have learned about themselves whilst playing as a band and who they would/wouldn’t trust to be in charge of the aux on tour, who would have throught you’d hear Slipknot and Sugarbabes in the same sentence.

Podcast

Listen to the podcast here.

Will spoke to me about some of the inspiration behind upcoming songs such as watching a fishing programme, proving that with the right mindset and creativity you can create art from anything.

Their debut song Alexander, relased in July of this year, has been described on their Spotify as a song about whatever for whoever, which is the music we all need, something we can relate to, interpret in our own way and resonate with. Listen to my podcast to find out why it was the hardest song for them to release.

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Formed in 2019 the band were faced with the adversity of 2020, but this didn’t hold them back; having released two songs, being featured on BBC Radio Lincolnshire and an upcoming live performance with the hugely talented ‘Little Comets’, this Sunday tickets available here, it will be exciting to discover where else this band gets their inspiration from and to see what they do with it.

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