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  • Writer's pictureAndy Wors

Honeymilk - new single 'Havslåten'

I have no idea why we haven't covered 'Honeymilk' in detail before, given that we've really enjoyed all of their tracks in the last few years, and they seem to be an almost permanent fixture on our new music playlists. But we'll correct that now by telling you about their new single 'Havslåten', and for any readers who somehow may have missed out on them, we'll point you in the direction of their back catalogue.

So Honeymilk are from Stockholm, and they now consist of Marcus Admund and Nikki Nyberg. Over the last few years they've released a steady stream of singles, an excellent EP ('Sanguine Skies'), and they've made it over to the UK a few times for live dates too. Ahead of their new album, which is to be entitled 'I Want You To Be Very Happy', and due to be released in January 2018, they've now released the single Havslåten, which translates to Ocean Song.

'Havslåten' is a typical Honeymilk track, a garage pop guitar line opens the song, before warm melodic vocals are added, and there's a level of detail and in the writing that should keep you interested - from the layered harmonic vocals to explosive sections of wailing guitars and frenetic drums. 'Honeymilk' are simply a really likeable band, making interesting indie pop music.

Take a listen to 'Havslåten', which was released last week, here:

An entire Honeymilk album is definitely something for everyone to look forward to, and we'll make sure we cover that in early 2018.

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