Thursday, September 03, 2020

Track Of The Day :: Don't 'Snub' Manchester's Sour Honey!

Words: Linn Branson 

Produced by Andy Gannon, new Manchester band Sour Honey (formed out of Young Monarch and Cosmo Calling) bring their latest single 'Snub' to your attention.

The song, which follows their debut 'Dennis' from earlier in the year and released this Friday (September 4), is about “a relationship being in such a bad place that you don’t feel anything at all. You don’t feel happy, sad or angry you just feel numb to it."

The soaring indie pop-rock track has something of a retro, slightly Pulp/Jarvis Cocker touch to it, with singer/guitarist Harry Preen's baritone vocals not unlike Sea Girls' Henry Camamile, before it builds to a soaring cacophony of sound towards the close.

Definitely infectious and a definite winner we think, as this is an earworm to bring a glow to the autumn days.

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