Written by For The Love Of Bands – Thanks you for the finest, most beautifully written review we’ve ever seen! đź’–

…”This song’s strength is in its familiarity and it is heartbreakingly familiar. Stina Janson and Josefin G Nilsson’s vocal harmonies resonate within a shared human experience. The brief moments of vulnerability between two people that transcend the fear of being exposed. An intimacy untouched by the noise of the outside world. These are the infinite moments of inimitable beauty we pursue. The carefully constructed synth lines of “Sweetest Thing” are a cinematic bridge across our common ache of loneliness. Sparse single notes are held and shimmer during the break down. The bright stars in our memories that continue to live “For a thousand years”.”

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Chat with Subculture

July 6, 2016 1:54 pm  /  Blog, Music, Review
Chat with Subculture

Read our chat with Lucy M Ireland from Subculture:

“The girls have found an effective song writing formula, their music so diverse that it would sound perfect in a dimly-lit club or poolside with a cocktail. Each song bringing its own raucous energy whilst being soul-soothingly cool.”

“From the sugar-coated album comes “IWU (Do You Really Wanna)”, the band’s third single filled with their layered, electronic energy. Powerful synthesizers turn the Euro-pop hit into a dense, electronic love song that can only be found in the dark, crowded dance floor of a club. Images of passion, sweat, and the colourful lights of a nightclub come to mind as Almost Honey confess their desire for that mysterious “you”.”