Black Honey share two MASSIVE new tracks:


BLACK HONEY ARE READY TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD

The Brighton foursome have been seducing eager fans for the past few weeks on social media about their highly anticipated new music, and today we have finally been graced with not one, but two new tracks! Killer track, Somebody Better, made it's debut on Huw Stephens' show on Thursday night and was officially released today alongside sultry B-side Cadillac. Both tracks reinforce that cinematic aesthetic that has been seen through previous releases by the band. The two will be streaming below and are also available on all digital platforms.

Photo: Emma Swann / DIY

Somebody Better is a sun soaked, explosive banger - a calling to the atomic cloud featured on the singles artwork and Cadillac is a smooth track, filled to the brim with empathy, carrying the feel of a sequel to the Hello Today music video with it's Western sounding guitars. Black Honey are creating an atmospherical universe and a story with each and every release, let's hope we get a music video soon that will further the journey even more so. 

The future is very bright for Black Honey! This time next year, after the release of their debut album, they are more than certain to be at the greatest of heights.
After already playing shows with the likes of Wolf Alice and Slaves, the Brighton outfit embark on their biggest shows so far throughout March.  

Black Honey's UK headline tour dates are as follows:

March

23 Esquires, Bedford

25 Phoenix, Exeter

27 Village Underground, London

28 The Ruby Lounge, Manchester

29 O2 Academy 2, Leicester

featured image courtesy of Sarah Louise Bennett / Dork

Words by Ben Davies
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