Tag Archives: Black Honey

Review: Live at Leeds Festival, 4th May 2019

Ben Standring/ May 9, 2019

At one time, Britain’s rising stars could only look to the likes of The Great Escape Festival and SXSW in America as showcases for new talent, but on Saturday 4th May, a new behemoth on the festival calendar announced itself with a stellar line-up across a multitude of stages and venues. Taking place across the first band holiday weekend of

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Interview with Black Honey

Ben Standring/ October 12, 2018

Four years since indie-rockers Black Honey first entered our world, The Mic joins the Brighton band shooting for the stars to discuss their self-titled debut record, life on the road and what the future holds for a band with one of rock’s most enigmatic frontwomen. “It’s been awesome, we’re quite overwhelmed,” states Izzy B Phillips (vocals and guitar) when questioned

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Album Review: Black Honey-Black Honey

Ben Standring/ September 21, 2018

STYLISH BRIGHTON INDIE ROCKERS BLACK HONEY TAKE CENTRE STAGE ON THEIR LONG-AWAITED DEBUT RECORD. It feels like a lifetime has flown by since Brighton indie rockers Black Honey first strode into the UK’s ever-growing new music scene in 2014. Since then, they’ve released a handful of EP’s and rose to the very top of many people’s expectations to be the

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Black Honey bring a sweet cacophony to The Bodega

Becky De Laurenzy/ March 9, 2016

Support for the night comes from Johnny Lloyd – the ex-lead singer of the late indie-rock band Tribes. I was a huge fan of Tribes back in the day and now-solo Lloyd carries a similar vibe. His newly released track ‘Hello Death‘ is a great song and is to feature on his new EP set for release in May, produced

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