28th August 2017

Mixing and mixing and yet again mixing…

We have been doing a lot of mixing – obviously…
Sounds are getting really interesting.
Liking the vibe of the record.

10 Responses to “Mixing and mixing and yet again mixing…”

  1. You music is a gift to the world. Every moment between releases, however long, is worth the wait. Thank you for being such a huge inspiration.

  2. Hail! Why there’s no Saivo’s lyrics on the Lyrics part of website?

  3. Thank you for keeping us updated. Makes me happy to follow your progress. :)

  4. Can’t wait anymore!

  5. I am Thrilled and Joyous thinking about your NEW album being completed. Knowing how much LOVE goes into your creative effort produces the Finest results. PLEASE keep the Faithful People informed about progress as WE are patiently anticipating the Glorious Day of Release. GOD BLESS YOU.

  6. Your music moves me in ways nothing else can. Thanks for what you’ve given, and I look forward to what awaits.

  7. Tenhi’s music has enriched my life, for the past 7 years or so, more than I could ever express in words. It has become a way to channel my best feelings from deep down, that can be otherwise suppressed by the chaos of daily life. I check every week for the new album!! So excited that this band is still making music.

  8. The most beautiful poetry is the most sincere.
    Journey well Tenhi. I can’t wait for the new album !

  9. Regards from Mexico brother

    Can´t wait to hear your new stuff, always a pleassure to see your progress until now

  10. Greetings from Iran.

    Come on guys. It’s been such a long time since the last album. Although it is worth the wait.

    One other thing: seems like Tenhi is still a little unknown to the world. Lots of my friends who listen to music every day or are professional musicians don’t know anything about Tenhi. And when I recommend Tenhi, they are hypnotized. I mean you guys should put some more efforts into making Tenhi known and heard to the world. It deserves to be heard by just everyone on this planet. In needs to be excavated and brought forth in the museum of fine arts.

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