Listen: HONNE return with ‘Just Dance’

HONNE return with ‘Just Dance’

It’s the first new material from the duo since last year’s ‘Warm On A Cold Night’ debut.

After releasing their hugely well-received debut ‘Warm On A Cold Night’ last year, HONNE have gonne onne to sell out London’s Roundhouse and work their way around every festival going.

They’ve now returned with ‘Just Dance’, the first new material since their debut LP, and amped things up significantly. The smooth but probing tones of ‘Warm On A Cold Night’ are giving a huge dose of energy and sees the band heading down a vastly different path.

“Just Dance, for us, is a song about losing your inhibitions,” the band say in a press release. “‘Dance like you are with nobody’ pretty much sums up the feel we wanted for the track. Relentlessly energetic and ready to go until the early hours.”

Listen to ‘Just Dance’ below.

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