Black Honey

Having delivered on their live promise with one of the standout sets of Handmade 2016, the Brighton based indie disco-noir outfit return with an album under their belt, the self-titled debut reaching number 33 last September. Their signature twangy riffs and big choruses merged into faded Hollywood icon glamour melodrama, influenced as much by Lynchian dusty Americana as the modern hook-laden guitar band sound, is augmented by the odd curveball into disco, dreampop and pop shapes with raw, honest lyrics from vocalist Izzy B Phillips, a charismatic singer and stage presence with an acidic take on the peroxide Debbie Harry persona.

Simon Tyres

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