Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


band members

Thom M Adam DG Jackson L Thom E Sam B


Influences

Big Star, The Kinks, Paul Kelly, The Replacements, Bob Dylan


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The Good Sports, Crepes


Website

Bio

Fiercely independent and at risk of blowing a fuse, Sydney's Wild Honey deliver today with new single 'Break Away', the first track off their upcoming debut full-length album.

Recorded with Jack Moffitt (The Preatures, Mosquito Coast) and mixed by Doug Boehm (Girls, Dune Rats), 'Break Away' serves as an anthemic call to arms for anyone who feels like they are going through the motions. Frontman and songwriter Thom Moore explains “After my Nan died, I just couldn't seem to adjust. I didn't want to spend the rest of my life working in a job that didn't satisfy me, and really only served to cover the rent. I want to believe there is more to life than that, and it’s up to us to go and make that happen”.

And things are definitely happening for the five piece. Emerging with their self-titled debut EP in 2016, Wild Honey's first track 'Eye To Eye' scored solid rotation on triple j and the band hit the road nationally with supports for fellow indie darlings The Belligerents, Hinds and Twin Peaks. Rounding out the year with a performance at Lost Paradise, the band racked up a whopping sixty shows in twelve months.

Launching the single at Sydney's Landsdowne Hotel on Saturday July 29, the live appearance is Wild Honey's first headliner for 2017 and a chance for fans to hear a stack of unreleased material from the five piece.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

05 Jul 2017

Triple J
40

Pull It Together and Eye To Eye were such carefree summer jams so it's nice to see the Wild Honey boys flexing on this one with a bit more of a muscular rock touch on it.

Pull It Together and Eye To Eye were such carefree summer jams so it's nice to see the Wild Honey boys flexing on this one with a bit more of a muscular rock touch on it.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

04 Jul 2017

Triple J
45

i'm seeing this as the peak moment of the live set - big guitars, a bit more passion in the delivery and growth across the 3 mins. noice one gents!

i'm seeing this as the peak moment of the live set - big guitars, a bit more passion in the delivery and growth across the 3 mins. noice one gents!

Review

Review by Linda Marigliano Linda Marigliano

09 Jun 2016

Triple J
40

what delightful melodies and progressions. and what nicer way to have someone telling you to stop moping and pull yourself together.

what delightful melodies and progressions. and what nicer way to have someone telling you to stop moping and pull yourself together.