“What if I just changed forever? What if we just fit together?” Vocalist, James, fires questions at the listener like an inquisitive nine year old on a long journey with his parents. On the surface, there is nothing wholly unique about Rotary Ten, a four-piece from Shefield.
Vocally and lyrically not unlike similar Indie bands like Cajun Dance Party, Good Books and Larrikin Love, it is their musical style that has the potential to set them apart from their peers.
Inspiration from bands such as Death Cab for Cutie and Explosions in the Sky appears to have refreshingly pushed their musical integrity and attention up a good couple of notches above the other trilby toting scenesters that litter the alternative music genre