Reading-based four piece Palm Honey just dropped their second single of the year titled Bones. Originally conceived as a slow dream pop tune that frontman Joseph Mumford demoed one late night alone in his kitchen, Bones was re-recorded as a funky upbeat song that takes you on a journey to the 60s.
Taking influences from the psychedelic, shoegaze, electronic, noise and krautrock worlds, Palm Honey create their very own blend of experimental pop.
Palm Honey have already created a buzz around the UK supporting the likes of YAK, The Vryll Society and Mild High Club. The band will play a couple of shows this summer accompanied by further releases.
Bones follows on from recent single You Stole My Blackout is available digitally and on 7” vinyl via Flying Vinyl as of now.
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