PALM HONEY – ” Hot Simian Weather “

Posted: March 20, 2018 in MUSIC
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Reading’s Palm Honey continually ask questions of themselves. Grinding fuzzed out riffs with a head-long psychedelic charge, the band’s material shares the dissonance of Sonic Youth’s imperial phase but adds a cynical UK-focussed outlook. This quartet are one of the more left-field bands , Their unique sound could be categorized as everything from psych-pop and synth-rock to krautrock, space rock and prog rock. Their debut EP, Tucked Into the Electronic Wave, released last year, was among the finest of the year, featuring standout tracks “Stick the Knife In” and “Going Normal.” The four-track EP is a mystical, memorable journey comprising cosmic synths, saxophone solos, insecure lyrics, meticulous guitar riffs and musical tangents that would signal their next release, “Starving Hysterical Naked.” In a lot of ways, Palm Honey are the antithesis of most guitar bands these guys, as evinced by the two-part, nine-minute jam,



Out now, the track was followed by some seismic live shows, with Palm Honey ably underlining their focussed potential. Arranging a live session, Palm Honey decided to perform under crisp white light, arranged facing inwards to suggest the equality of their approach.

Palm Honey – ‘Hot Simian Weather’ is now available on all good platforms.


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