There’s no shortage of production on Black Honey, with the Brighton quartet only releasing earlier this year A handful of peaches He went out, but now he’s back with new material. But this is no coincidence, because the band is on the eve of a European tour to promote this record. Tour where they shared the stage with Greta Van Fleet several times. In other words, catchy indie rock ‘n’ roll seems to be attracting an increasingly larger audience. Which has become even clearer thanks to this new version.
“Lemonade” draws the line A handful of peaches That is, so well, that the song immediately surfs to a great groove. The heavy distorted tone is balanced by Izzy Phillips’ soaring voice, which in turn immediately adds a certain gravitas to the whole. I prefer indie rock with a rougher edge, something that becomes increasingly apparent throughout this song. Big and sweet at the same time, with the apotheosis at the end carried by a booming guitar. Molasses has found a proven recipe and is now reaping the benefits.
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