Stockholm based Honeymilk had a great 2014 with two new singles, a UK tour and ever growing presence on US college radio. KEXP are spinning their tunes, Q Magazine likes it, Music Week choose the band as their “Band of the Week” in January 2015, and at one of the UK shows Alan McGee, legendary Creation Records founder showed up. Today marks the release of “Sanguine Skies”, the last single from the 4-track EP with the same name.
In spring 2015 we’re seeing Honeymilk on the road, mostly in native Sweden, but they’re also back in the UK doing three London shows in between April 22nd and April 24th.
April 22nd – London – The Lock Tavern
April 24th – London – Club The Mammoth
“Baggy-stimulating indie-rock quartet Honeymilk sound like a smiley-faced flashback to Manchester’s La Hacienda glory days, albeit cut through with The Strokes-like suaveness and grit” – Q Magazine
“A youthful Charlatans gone wayward after sneaking lessons from Primal Scream, Soup Dragons and The Stone Roses” – God Is The TV Zine
“Barely containing a frenetic stream of creative activity, the song shimmies in measured movements, allowing the crashing percussion and intricate melodies to wrap themselves snugly around the bright guitar riffs that anchor the song in place.” – Nooga
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