Similar to that of Black Honey, this indie-grudge grunge quartet are as viscous in their bold music-beatings as they are as sweet in their intriguing delivery.

Tough acts of “Beaches”, “All My Pride”, “Corrine” and “I Like The Way You Die,” are what makes this Brighton collective so unique and wild in their coming-of-age industry story. Love, lust, hate and all-between.

Another band is rising into the limelight showcasing a boss bitch frontman and a no-nonsense attitude knowing exactly what they want.

4 responses to “Artist Spotlight: Black Honey”

  1. nickreeves avatar

    Brighton. Makes a lot of sense. They can’t help themselves!
    ‘Indie grudge grunge’
    giggle 😉

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    1. manvmusic avatar

      Hahah nonsense words are the best 😂 I don’t even know what that means, it just sounds fancy! Brighton are bringing in a lot of decent acts at the mo. Suppose it’s musicians who were originally from London going to the sea to get some inspiration!

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      1. nickreeves avatar

        Haha! Yes, spot on! 🙂
        I’m off to see Mush this month – they’re not from Brighton (Leeds), but ‘Redacted Lines’ is a great album, I think.

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      2. manvmusic avatar

        Oh yes yes!! I commend you for your choices with that. Mush are a seriously underrated band.


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