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.
Live at Leeds is one of the earlier events as festival season begins, and year after year proves to be the perfect start to the summer.
Live at Leeds Festival is just around the corner and we’ve compiled a playlist of our top picks to get you in the mood!
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 sleepy Oxfordshire village of Steventon will likely not ring a bell for most music fans, but once a year it becomes overrun with festival goers as they head to Hill Farm for Truck Festival.
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.