Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


band members

Thom M Adam DG Thom E Sam B


Influences

Big Star, The Kinks, Paul Kelly, The Replacements, The Go Betweens


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Website

Bio

Wild Honey emerged onto the Australian music scene with their self-titled EP in 2016. Their debut single ‘Eye To Eye’ scored solid rotation on Triple J and the band hit the road nationally with support spots for bands like The Belligerents, Hinds and Twin Peaks. The boys rounded out the year with a performance at Lost Paradise.
The bands debut album 'In Your Head', was recorded with producer Jack Moffitt (The Preatures, Mosquito Coast) and mixed by Doug Boehm (Girls, Dune Rats). It’s a diverse sounding album; a collection of full band arrangements, and more stripped back recordings by singer/songwriter Thom Moore (Mercy Arms). The album's twelve songs are an ode to coming of age; the days when the beach is your escape from the sound of your parents fighting, the nights you finally get the confidence to talk to the babe from your uni lecture at house party. In Your Head covers it all; overcoming hang ups and hangovers at the same time. Opening with a strong statement of intent, single 'Break Away' makes it clear from the first strum that Wild Honey are determined to forge their own path. What follows is a journey through self-realisation ('Messed Up'), loss ('Guardian'), motivation ('Pull It Together'), reflection ('Supermarket’) and the life that goes by in between. With nods to a range of diverse influences including Crowded House, The Go Betweens and The
Cars, the record showcases the band's impeccable vocal harmonies and jangly guitar addiction throughout.
‘In Your Head' is now available now independently via iTunes/Spotify.

Review

Review by KLP KLP

04 Sep 2015

Triple J
40

Such a damn vibe in this tune. Great chorus/hook.

Such a damn vibe in this tune. Great chorus/hook.

Review

Review by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

01 Sep 2015

Triple J
40

Love that chorus hook and just the lovely, loping, easy, sunshiney quality of this whole song. Bloody delightful.

Love that chorus hook and just the lovely, loping, easy, sunshiney quality of this whole song. Bloody delightful.

Review

Review of Eye to Eye by Wild Honey Richard Kingsmill

26 Aug 2015

Triple J
40

I love that opening verse. And the chorus. And then the second verse. And so on. And before I know it, I'm playing it all over again.

I love that opening verse. And the chorus. And then the second verse. And so on. And before I know it, I'm playing it all over again.