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Stream: The Two Tens, ‘Gotta Find Something’

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The Two Tens are just an army of two, but they remain formidable soldiers for first-wave punk rock.

The duo of singer-guitarist Adam Bones and drummer-vocalist Rikki Styxx returned last month with their first new music since their 2017 full-length, “On Repeat.” The Two Tens released “Cha Cha Cha,” a split EP with veteran agitators the Queers — two songs apiece, all four clocking at under 10 minutes.

The Two Tens’ contribution included a new original, “Gotta Find Something,” along with a muscular cover of the Kinks’ “Tell the End of the Day.” The former is a galloping punk rocker — in typical Two Tens fashion, it’s crunchy hard candy that doesn’t overstay its welcome. No muss, no fuss, no more than 2 1/2 minutes.

“‘Gotta Find Something’ is a fun song about someone that just isn’t satisfied unless there’s a problem or issue of some sort,” the duo says. “Someone that’s always focusing on the negative. We all probably know someone like that.”

Over the weekend, the duo did an online release show from North Hollywood’s Federal Bar for “Cha Cha Cha,” and it can be streamed here through Oct. 17.

||| Stream: “Gotta Find Something” and “Till the End of the Day”

||| Previously: “On Repeat,” “Sweet As Pie”

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