Having spent three months writing in Berlin, Honey Lung have grown up a lot, they now express a more introspective side that has placed their songs outside of conventional genre boundaries. Now somewhere in a visceral, dark cosmos of story telling and honest feelings. With nods to artists such as Sparklehorse, Elliott Smith and Wilco. 2017 saw the band play Reading & Leeds Festival, join Citizen in UK & Europe on a sold out tour, and play NH7 Festival in Pune, India.
“Breaking monotony, making the drive feel like you’re actually going somewhere. Existing in a suburban machine, an urban sprawl that constitutes a packaged life, has killed something in all of us. We create music because we need to, because we’re trying to resurrect something that can only live in a song. Honey Lung make depressing bedroom pop that is let loose as noisy guitar driven disorder. Creating their own worlds, their own realities, lyrically idealistic depictions of simplistic solutions to complicated situations, Honey Lung tell the tale of the fight we go through with ourselves, and occasionally someone we love.”