There’s a certain charm to a venue as versatile as Heaven, which is an LGBT nightclub that doubles as a concert hall. Its stage has hosted some of the most revered artists of all time, and on Wednesday, October 13, it was Black Honey‘s turn to grab a piece of the action for their sold out headline show.
In the fall of 2019, Black Honey entered the studio and started recording their sophomore album. COVID-19 hit in early 2020, and the whole world went under multiple lockdowns. There were false starts, bad-to-worse middles, new hopes, bittersweet and triumphant ends – and through it all, Izzy B. Phillips and Black Honey masked up, locked down, and kept Written and Directed on […]
Brighton indie rockers Black Honey made a splash with their eponymous 2018 debut, leaving them with huge shoes to fill in regards to their follow-up. With vocalist Izzy B. Phillips at the helm, Written & Directed drives home what is, of late, a particularly relevant message of female empowerment.
Black Honey are one of the coolest bands in indie rock right now; determined to take over the world with the release of their eponymous debut album, they took to the stage at Camden’s Electric Ballroom on a chilly Wednesday night.
The sizzling, seductive sound of Black Honey has been taking over the indie scene for a few years now, but the band are now ready to truly establish themselves in the world with the release of their eponymous debut album.
The idyllic Cotswolds is a location many, including myself, may associate with family holidays and glamping getaways, but for a weekend in July every year they’re home to the epic 2000trees; a festival that is somehow equal parts charmingly wholesome and a raucous party.