Listen Black Honey have announced their debut album!

Black Honey have announced their debut album!

The self-titled effort - out in September - is being previewed by new track ‘I Only Hurt The Ones I Love’.

It’s finally happening! Black Honey have announced their debut album!

Coming after the release of new single ‘Bad Friends’ back in May, the self-titled debut will come out on 21st September, and is being previewed by new track ‘I Only Hurt The Ones I Love’.

The single comes with a pretty brilliant video which sees Izzy B. Phillips playing cowboy and striding her way through the desert.

View the tracklisting and artwork for ‘Black Honey’, and watch the video for ‘I Only Hurt The Ones I Love’ below.

01 Only Hurt The Ones I Love
02 Midnight
03 Whatever Happened To You
04 Bad Friends
05 Blue Romance
06 Crowded City
07 Hello Today
08 Baby
09 Into The Nightmare
10 Dig
11 Just Calling
12 Wasting Time

Black Honey have announced their debut album!

Black Honey play Bestival (2nd - 5th August) and Electric Fields (30th August - 1st September) where DIY is an official media partner. Tickets are on sale now. Visit diymag.com/presents for more information.

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