Have You Heard? Black Honey - Somebody Better

Black Honey - Somebody Better

There really is nothing capable of standing in the way of Black Honey.

A confidence seeps out of Black Honey’s new single ‘Somebody Better’ from its very first bar. That sky-reaching guitar; those pulverising smacks of a floor tom - there’s no hanging about this time.

“I guess I want to be somebody better,” Izzy Phillips sings in the track’s chorus, but the insecurity and anxiety of the lyrics are shot through with a chemistry between Phillips and her bandmates that’s becoming unstoppable. With their biggest UK tour yet coming up, and a new lynchpin to build towering live sets around, there really is nothing capable of standing in the way of Black Honey. 

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