Marshall Jefferson and Byron Stingily have announced their first Ten City album in almost three decades.
Legendary house producer Marshall Jefferson and Chicago-born vocalist Byron Stingily, who first formed in 1987 as Ten City, have shared a release date for their forthcoming album, alongside an updated version of one of their classic singles.
Ten City are set to return with their first new music in 25 years.
The dance group, made up of legendary house producer Marshall Jefferson and Chicago-born vocalist Byron Stingily, first formed in 1987, and released a slew of classics like 'That’s The Way Love Is' and 'Devotion'.
Now, for the first time in 25 years, the duo have announced they will reunite as Ten City, with a brand new house and disco hybrid: 'Be Free'.