The Rock band 10 Years have released the new “I Remember” via Mascot Records. The release follows the reveal of single “The Optimist” and looks back on halcyon days of youth but also reflects on the optimism and resilience that came with those times.
Guitarist Brian Vodinh shares:
’I Remember’ is about looking back at our youth and remembering how it felt like we had our entire lives in front of us. How we were full of hope and ambition and kind of clueless to how harsh the real world is. It’s about remembering how we used to always look at the bright side and weren’t so beaten up by life.
Since forming in 1999, 10 Years have built up a catalog including 2005 breakthrough The Autumn Effect, Division (2008), Feeding the Wolves (2010), and Minus the Machine (2012). 2017’s (how to live) As Ghosts marked a reunion between bandmates.
Along the way, they have played headline shows and toured with everyone from Korn, Three Days Grace, Deftones, and Stone Sour, to Chris Cornell and Linkin Park. The band’s most recent studio album, Violent Allies, was recorded with Grammy Award-winning producer Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, Halestorm, Papa Roach).
10 Years are Jesse Hasek (Lead Vocals), Brian Vodinh (Guitar, Backing Vocals), Matt Wantland (Guitar), Chad Grennor (Bass) and Luke Narey (Drums).
Confirmed appearances are:
7/15 Cadott, WI Rock Fest
7/16 Mansfield, OH Inkcarceration Festival
8/04 Council Bluffs, IA KIWR Rockfest
8/05 Marietta, OH Adelphia Summer Concert Series
9/01 Camdenton, MO Ozarks Amphitheater
9/06 Alton, VA Blue Ridge Rock Festival
9/07 Lexington, KY Manchester Music Hall