Honey Moon get ready to release their self-titled debut EP, bringing a soundtrack for our daydreams.
The four piece band take psych-pop to a new level. Honey Moon’s guitar pop has managed to receive attention from some big names in music this year: BBC Radio 1, DIY, and NME, and continue this domination with the upcoming release of their EP. Similarities may be found to Avi Buffalo within the haziness of the guitar, and yes some indie-pop can be heard underneath subtle lo-fi. Jack, Zach, Peter, and Sam recorded the record in West London and this Britishness is thus very evident in their music.
Featuring four tracks: “Ellie”, “Tripping (On The Thought of You)”, “Waiting”, and “I Saw You In A Dream”, the EP complements every mood you could possibly have. A musical storyboard, these tracks marry melancholy and nostalgia and take you on a romantic and hypnotic trip. We’re lucky enough to be premiering “Waiting”, a track with all the laziness of Mac Demarco but a little sweeter with British lilts and harmonised “oos” it’s a woozy take on pop to relive summer days to.
Their self-titled debut EP is available from the 25th September.