Premiere: Palm Honey bask in ‘Hot Simian Weather’ on new single

Palm Honey bask in ‘Hot Simian Weather’ on new single

The latest cut comes on the back of a set on the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury.

Reading four-piece Palm Honey are rising through the ranks as masters of sharp, kraut-influenced rock’n’roll, and we’ve got the first spin of new single ‘Hot Simian Weather’.

Starting with a guttural yelp, the track is a great deal dancier than we’re accustom to from the newcomers, but it’s a new suit that fits perfectly. Stabs of needle-sharp guitars and distorted vocals sit on top of an LCD Soundsystem-esque throbbing beat, and it’s a track of polar opposites that somehow come together in perfect harmony.

Following the significantly more intense, and appropriately-titled single ‘Stick The Knife In’, ‘Hot Simian Weather’ shows Palm Honey to be a great deal more versatile than we might have first guessed.

Listen to the track and view the band’s upcoming tour dates below.

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SEPTEMBER

10 Guildford, Always The Sun Festival
20 London, The Waiting Room

OCTOBER

06 Reading, Rising Sun Arts Centre